wallow

Part of speech: verb

To roll about, as swine, as in mud or mire.

Part of speech: noun

The act of wallowing; place where animals wallow.

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Usage examples "wallow":

  1. He runs to get his friends, and they find the spot trampled like a carabao wallow. - "Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore", Fay-Cooper Cole.
  2. The day was passed in fruitless searching but the next morning brought the answer in the following manner: Dink and the Tennessee Shad- as the majority of trained Laurentians- were accustomed to wallow gloriously in bed until the breakfast gong itself. - "The Varmint", Owen Johnson F. R. Gruger.
  3. His own camp was called Wowomopono Tetna or bear wallow. - "Hunting with the Bow and Arrow", Saxton Pope.