wallowing


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wallowing

Uncommanded motion about all three axes of an aircraft occurring simultaneously.
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And all the while, rolling, plunging, climbing the moving mountains and falling and wallowing in the foaming valleys, the schooner Ghost was fighting her way farther and farther into the heart of the Pacific--and I was on her.
It looked like nothing but a hog, which lay wallowing in the marble basin, and filled it from brim to brim.
But, such was the virtue of the snow-white flower, instead of wallowing down from his throne in swinish shape, or taking any other brutal form, Ulysses looked even more manly and king-like than before.
By his long absence, moreover, his affairs had become so disordered that, for the rest of his life, instead of wallowing in silver, he had seldom a sixpence worth of copper.
I had seen to it that a sea anchor was rigged, and even now the men had completed their task, and the Coldwater was swinging around rapidly, her nose pointing once more into the wind, and the frightful rolling consequent upon her wallowing in the trough was happily diminishing.
Nick is wallowing in self-pityThen, when she receives a text from Sarah inviting her to a wedding fair, she begs Nathan to let her go, suggesting they postpone the party.
I know - more complex & challenging but we are here to serve so let's get on with it rather than wallowing in self pity
That's the idea behind the book Constructive Wallowing by Tina Gilbertson.
Wallowing is just allowing – wallowing without the w.
Entertaining and insightful, Constructive Wallowing provides clear instructions on how to "feel your feelings.
Contract award: copies of the draft cop in the cadastral lipE[degrees] and in the cadastral wallowing in lipE[degrees].
I've gone through times where you're feeling low and you don't reach out to people and you just keep wallowing in that, and I think that's when things turn into a bigger deal than they need to be," she explained.