Wallow sentence example

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  • No way, I'm going to stay here with you and wallow in it.
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  • Unlike the water-buffalo, it does not bathe in water or wallow in mud.
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  • Many times, he or she wants to be alone to wallow in grief.
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  • Unfortunately, it's far too easy to wallow in our own misfortunes and feelings of dissatisfaction.
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  • This is a time when you will be vulnerable, so let yourself feel the emotions, but don't wallow in them.
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  • A generally positive individual, Aquarius steers clear of those who wallow in self-pity, self-piety and selfish pursuits.
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  • These two games were played in the same tournament, and Short is enjoying a nostalgic wallow in past glories.
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  • Let us not wallow in the valley of despair.
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  • I am determined not to wallow in self pity / I just wish I had my life back.
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  • This in itself isn't a problem, of course - a simple nostalgic wallow through the archives is always welcome.
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  • Matt's birdwatching buddy, Daffyd, takes a closer look at an elephant seal, and the seals have a good wallow!
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  • Here's a story that clearly does n't wallow in its own seriousness.
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  • wallow in the mire.
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  • Sewer passage, once a tremendous mud wallow is a very clean passageway now.
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  • This in itself is n't a problem, of course - a simple nostalgic wallow through the archives is always welcome.
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  • pilloryers are routinely pilloried for their maudlin tendency to wallow in grief but somehow the loveable Geordies get away scot-free.
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  • In hot weather, a muddy wallow is essential, allowing the pigs to cool off.
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  • So I turned left and began the long wallow back along the forest edge.
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  • wallow in nostalgia for a lost golden age.
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  • wallow away in self-pity.
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  • wallow in self pity / I just wish I had my life back.
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  • Ireland had been left by Wolsey to wallow in its own disorder; but disorder was anathema to Henry's mind, and in 1 535 Sir William Skeffington was sent to apply English methods and artillery to the government of Ireland.
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  • Matt 's birdwatching buddy, Daffyd, takes a closer look at an elephant seal, and the seals have a good wallow !
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  • All of this might have held some people down, caused them to wallow away in self-pity.
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  • Tony Blair has remarked that his respect agenda is not meant to wallow in nostalgia for a lost golden age.
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  • Here 's a story that clearly does n't wallow in its own seriousness.
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  • However, the time to hesitate is through, no time to wallow in the mire.
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