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wallow

a muddy place or depression where animals wallow
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MARK TWAIN DESCRIBED the crow as "a gambler, a low comedian, a dissolute priest, a fussy woman, a liar, a thief, a spy, a professional hypocrite, a conspirator, a rebel, a meddler, an infidel, and a wallower in sin for the mere love of it.
I don't think I go through more than any other person but I tended to dwell on it more in the past and I wallow in it - I'm a wallower.
Visitors can see the mill's original features, including cogs which turned the sails 360 degrees, sack hoist and the wallower, the strongest and most important cog.