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wallow

a muddy place or depression where animals wallow
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Most bowhunters who are successful on wallows show up well before daylight and sit on the stand until dark.
He added: "It's good to train in the park because it has quite similar obstacles to what I will face on the course, going through the mud wallows and climbing up on stuff.
Initial reports feared that Apache trout recovery would be significantly stalled, or even reversed, as a result of the Wallow Fire.
The Arizona Daily Star said the Wallow fire forced the evacuation of thousands of residents in several small communities in eastern Arizona.
If they are left to wallow in heavy seas for any length of time, the potential for them to be damaged is all too clear.
Excited and anxious, I returned the next day and once again, the wallow had been used.
has reaped millions to furnish an affluent lifestyle that has included a small fleet of luxury cars, a million-dollar mini-mansion, and trips to Hawaii and Lake Tahoe," although the residents of at least one of his homes, says the magazine, wallow in filth.
Most of Ives's orchestral music sounds like a great big sloppy mess, but it can be fun to wallow in from time to time.
Both candidates swear that the $150 million or so they raised during the primary season and the $300 to $400 million in soft money contributions their respective parties currently wallow in will have no influence over the decisions they make as the future most-powerful-middle-aged-white-guy in the world.
Dubois' tragic mistakes need not wallow in a pool of distrust and selfishness.
Television was there when Kennedy was shot; when the Chicago police beat up on the Yippies and the whole world was watching; when the Challenger blew apart; when the Soviet Empire collapsed like dominoes and the Berlin Wall came crashing down; when Nelson Mandela walked free from prison and brought an end to apartheid; and television allowed for and encouraged the world to wallow in collective grief over the death of Princess Diana.
He said: "The Eagles have every right to wallow in their triumph and lap it up.