Definitions for wallower
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to roll about or lie in water, mud, dust, etc., as for refreshment:
goats wallowing in the dust.
Category: Animal Behavior
to indulge oneself; luxuriate; revel:
to wallow in luxury; to wallow in sentimentality.
to flounder about; move or proceed clumsily.
to billow forth, as smoke.
(n.)an act or instance of wallowing.
a place in which animals wallow.
Origin of wallow:
bef. 900; ME walwen, OE wealwian to roll, c. Go af-walwjan to roll away; akin to L volvere to roll
Agent noun of wallow; one who wallows.
A lantern wheel; a trundle.
one who, or that which, wallows
a lantern wheel; a trundle