Wallowing sentence example

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  • In fact, she had spent the last two weeks wallowing in self-pity.
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  • wallowing around in the shallow water, looked amazing.
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  • By wallowing in the trough of political invective, these people show they have lost the argument.
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  • To me, it seemed like 4 episodes of the main characters wallowing about in self pity.
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  • What better way to spend a holiday, then, than wallowing in the misery of others?
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  • rookerybly visit vast penguin rookeries, land on beaches ruled by Antarctic fur seals or observe wallowing southern elephant seals.
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  • rookeryll visit enormous penguin rookeries, land on beaches ruled by Antarctic fur seals and observe southern elephant seals wallowing in mud pools.
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  • We will visit enormous penguin rookeries, land on beaches ruled by antarctic fur seals and observe southern elephant seals wallowing in mud pools.
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  • Possibly visit vast penguin rookeries, land on beaches ruled by Antarctic fur seals or observe wallowing southern elephant seals.
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  • Or am I just wallowing in the stupid romantic image of fabulous failure?
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  • Those still wallowing in the PC world may not be aware of a Macintosh application called iPhoto.
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  • wallowing in the misery of others?
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  • We saw about 5 sting rays wallowing around in the shallow water, looked amazing.
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  • aeonr some reason, when we're by ourselves, we spend eons wallowing in water.
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  • wallowing about in self pity.
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  • We will visit enormous penguin rookeries, land on beaches ruled by Antarctic fur seals and observe southern elephant seals wallowing in mud pools.
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  • Right now wallowing in self pity is better than sex.
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  • When he could finally focus through the black of the night, he plodded forward, feet wallowing in the soft sand like a boat in a heavy sea.
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  • soil or souil, the miry wallowing ground of a wild boar, whence the hunting phrase " to take soil," of a beast of the chase taking to water or marshy ground.
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