Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which wallows.
- n. In mech., same as lantern-wheel.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, wallows.
- n. (Mach.) A lantern wheel; a trundle.
- wallow + -er (Wiktionary)
“I was surprised, as a longtime wallower in suicidal thoughts, and now what you might call a lapsed suicide, to find myself quite affected by Malachi's political statement through that medium.”
“She wasn't a wallower, and it was time to stop acting like one.”
“Why is an erotica/romantica reviewer andfan and self-described wallower in "bitchiness" so eager to get a copy of a family-friendly, religious romance.”
“I'm a wallower - Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005 perceptions scarletrose2”
“Among the idlers of Aix, whom in his loftiness he despised, he was but the fiddling mountebank to whom any greasy wallower in riches could cast a disdainful franc.”
“Perhaps you'll dare insult me again in the presence of visitors, you old mud-wallower!”
“Then I slew the great Gold-wallower, and won the ancient Hoard,”
“Who hath slain the great Gold-wallower, and gotten the ancient Gold;”
“He saw the earth-old dwelling, the dread Gold-wallower's home:”
“But the tale of the great Gold-wallower is never the more outworn.”
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