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What is another word for wallow?

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To roll oneself about in something dirty, for example in mud
“A lot of people want to wallow like hippos at a waterhole when they go on holiday, and there's nothing wrong with that.”
To take great pleasure or satisfaction in something
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“I forget my sadness and simply wallow in the warmth and joy of being near this extraordinary young woman.”
To be deeply immersed or involved in something
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“She really could have just emailed him with the big news and left him to wallow in his work.”
To roll from side to side, especially of a vessel
“Under the black shadow of Fort Meagher that had sheltered him so well, he let the boat wallow while he hoisted the main sail.”
To walk doggedly (and slowly) with heavy steps
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To enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way
To exhibit (sometimes malevolent) pleasure or satisfaction at an adversary's misfortune
To fail, especially in spectacular fashion
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A source of water, usually from a hole in the ground
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