Answer: (v.) to roll about in a lazy, clumsy, or helpless way; to overindulge in;
to have in abundance; (n.) a wet, muddy, or dusty area used by animals as
sort of bath; a state of moral or physical collapse
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Word Origin Old Englishwalwian 'to roll about' of Germanic origin from an Indo-European root shared by Latin volvere 'to roll'.
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Wallow definition is - to roll oneself about in a lazy relaxed or ungainly manner. How to use wallow in a sentence.
1. To roll the body about or lie relaxed in water or mud. 2. To indulge oneself to a great degree in something: wallow in self-righteousness.
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Wallow definition to roll about or lie in water snow mud dust or the like as for refreshment: Goats wallowed in the dust. See more.
To wallow is to roll about in something as a pig wallows in mud or a billionaire wallows in money. Wallow can be used to describe a physical action or an emotional state. If you cry "Woe is me!" one too many times you might be accused of wallowing in self-pity.
To wallow in an emotion or situation is to stay in that...