Verb: wallow wó-low
Noun: wallow wó-low
- Devote oneself entirely to something; indulge in to an immoderate degree, usually with pleasure
"Wallow in luxury"; "wallow in your sorrows"
- Roll about or lie in water, other liquid, or mud
"pigs were wallowing in the mud";
- Rise up as if in waves
"smoke wallowed up into the sky";
- Be ecstatic with joy
- rejoice, triumph
- Delight greatly in
"wallow in your success!"
- A puddle where animals go to wallow
- An indolent or clumsy rolling about
"a good wallow in the water"
Derived forms: wallowed, wallows, wallowing
Type of: axial motion, axial rotation, be on cloud nine, delight, enjoy, exult, indulge, jump for joy, move, mud puddle, revel, roll, soar, soar up, soar upwards, surge, walk on air, zoom