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WALLOW, verb intransitive [Latin , G. This verb seems to be connected with well, walk, etc.]

1. To roll ones body on the earth, in mire, or on other substance; to tumble and roll in water. Swine wallow in the mire.

2. To move heavily and clumsily.

Part huge of bulk, wallowing unwieldy, enormous in their gait, tempest the ocean. [Unusual.]

3. To live in filth or gross vice; as man wallowing in his native impurity.

WALLOW, verb transitive To roll ones body.

WALLOW thyself in ashes. Jeremiah 6:26.

WALLOW, noun A kind of rolling walk.