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wallow

a muddy place or depression where animals wallow
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This was proved by the hamadryad, who, being exceedingly fond of mischief, threw another handful of acorns before the twenty- two newly-restored people; whereupon down they wallowed in a moment, and gobbled them up in a very shameful way.
Day after day Mowgli would lead the buffaloes out to their wallows, and day after day he would see Gray Brother's back a mile and a half away across the plain (so he knew that Shere Khan had not come back), and day after day he would lie on the grass listening to the noises round him, and dreaming of old days in the jungle.
Akela and Gray Brother ran to and fro nipping the buffaloes' legs, and though the herd wheeled once to charge up the ravine again, Mowgli managed to turn Rama, and the others followed him to the wallows.
Listen to Bowie's 'Letter,' take a dive with the 'Spirits,' wallow in lazy, hazy 'Feelings''This one is called 'I'm Not Quite,'' David Bowie introduces the track.
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This year, she and her husband embarked on their annual winter trip the first week of January and pitched their tent north of the Bear Wallow Wilderness in the home range of a family of wolves named for the area.
The purpose of this study was to identify whether entomopathogenic fungi are present in wallow soil, and to test the hypothesis that fungi isolated from wallow soils may be infective to winter tick larvae.
An elk wallow is just like a pig wallow; it is a big pile of mud in a wet area.
And the animals seem chuffed that their clarty keeper is joining in the fun in their mud wallow at Blair Drummond.
Allow yourself to wallow constructively and you should improve your quality of life.
"They'll listen to me wallow for a minute and then be like, 'OK, let's stop.
On May 29, 2011, the Wallow Fire ignited in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in the rugged Bear Wallow Wilderness Area of eastern Arizona.