(noun, adjective, verb)


1. (now dialectal) Tasteless, flat.


1. a puddle where animals go to wallow

Definition categories: object

2. an indolent or clumsy rolling about

- a good wallow in the water

Definition categories: event, roll


1. devote oneself entirely to something; indulge in to an immoderate degree, usually with pleasure

- Wallow in luxury

- wallow in your sorrows

Definition categories: consumption, indulge

2. roll around

- pigs were wallowing in the mud

Similar word(s): welter

Definition categories: motion, move

3. rise up as if in waves

Similar word(s): billow

Definition categories: motion, soar, surge, zoom

4. be ecstatic with joy

Similar word(s): rejoice, triumph

Definition categories: emotion, exult

5. delight greatly in

- wallow in your success!

Definition categories: consumption, delight, enjoy, revel

Sentences with wallow as a verb:

- Pigs wallow in the mud.

- She wallowed in her misery.