You give up and fairly enjoy wallowing in the trough.
"The Brimming Cup" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
But Ena and Mubs and Rags and I can wallow as long as we like and have gorgeous breakfasts in our rooms.
"Winnie Childs" by C. N. Williamson
He holds him fast in his sty, but allows him to wallow as much as he pleases in his beloved filth and gluttony.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
Suppose we go over yonder and wallow under that tree.
"The Colossus" by Opie Read
It was fine to wallow, damming the span of escaping water with my fevered head.
"Lazarre" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
She watched the dross wallow in the slime, but the sunlight fell on the back of the beggar's neck, and he turned his head.
"Darkwater" by W. E. B. Du Bois
Josephine wallowed in it, but Napoleon adopted and encouraged it more from policy than taste.
"The Tragedy of St. Helena" by Walter Runciman
The sight and sound of him aroused in some people a wild inclination towards unaccustomed profanity and wallowing in the mire.
"Pearl of Pearl Island" by John Oxenham
They revel in camp meetings and fairly wallow in revivals.
"The American Missionary - Vol. 44, No. 3, March, 1890" by Various
Always, inevitably, I returned to my wallow and the gang.
"Tramping on Life" by Harry Kemp
And Dady Field was sorely done,
And Willie Clow was hurt,
And all that gallant cow-boy band
Lay wallowing in the dirt.
"The Delectable Ballad Of The Waller Lot" by Eugene Field
Dark children of the mere and marsh,
Wallow and waste and lea,
Outcaste they wait at the village gate
With folk of low degree.
"Beast and Man in India" by Rudyard Kipling
My mournfu' e'e an' wallow't cheek
My guid aul' faither saw;
"My bairn," quo' he, "what's come o' Jock?
He ne'er comes here ava'.
"Mary Lee: A Ballad" by Janet Hamilton
I sat and watched the walls of night
With cracks of sudden lightning glow,
And listened while with clumsy might
The thunder wallowed to and fro.
"The Lesson" by James Russell Lowell
"Oh mony a bairn fell frae the breast,
An' lay upon the mither's knee
Like some wee wallow't lily flouir,
Till death would kin'ly close its e'e.
"Grannie's Crack Aboot The Famine In Auld Scotlan' In 1739-40" by Janet Hamilton
Wilt thou forgive that sin which I have won
Others to sin, and made my sin their door?
Wilt thou forgive that sin which I did shun
A year or two, but wallow'd in, a score?
When thou hast done, thou hast not done,
For I have more.
"A Hymn To God The Father" by John Donne
Officials in northeastern Arizona say more than a week of consistent rain is causing flooding downstream of the Wallow Fire burn area.
Recently I saw a cartoon (by cartoonist Doug Hall) on CHURCHlaughs.com in which the word " wallow " was used.
Outsiders wallow in days of decadence.
The Wallow Fire burned in Eastern Arizona and Western New Mexico from May 29-July 8, 2011.
2 ordered to pay $3.7M for Wallow Fire.
Wallow Fire Costs Hit $30 Million This Week.
Wallow Fire may be preview of things to come, experts say.
Wallow Fire Destroys 22 Homes in Greer Arizona, Moves Closer to NM.
Should convicted Wallow Fire arsonists be punished more.
Stocks Wallow On Jobless Woes.
Obama's Wallow in the Automobile Industry.
FX's 'Dirt': A Wickedly Good Wallow In Hollywood.
While We Wallow in Walmart, Duane Reade Dominates.
Wallowing in Misery for Art's Sake.
Wallowing Again in Mud and Nostalgia.
Also, for those who consider all of this as wallowing in minutiae, it should be remembered 40 that if there really is enhancement in such modes, which in Bs decays are ss(cc) systems, then this can imply nonperturbative enhancement of Bs mixing, in particular width-mixing.
CP and B Physics: Progress and Prospects