But Romney strikes me as a glass-half-full kind of guy, so let us not wallow in the negatives.
The wallow is the best known, but not the only, fire now racing through Arizona.
In our film, Emad is using a language that does not wallow in suffering and in that way he becomes a powerful inspiration.
I know many people who think to be an artist means you have to suffer, or at least wallow in old miseries.
Amia, Louie's temporary girlfriend, is gone, leaving him to wallow in his heartbreak—at least for a few scenes.
They delight in those steaming marshes which are pestilential to other beings, and wallow in stagnant water.
He grabbed the groveling butcher and hoisted him from his wallow.
There were thousands of soldiers who became lions to fight, hyenas to snarl, beasts to debase, hogs to wallow.
And then they laid him down in the rain-water which had gathered in the wallow.
Have you ever seen that daughter of yours that you left to wallow with human swine?
Old English wealwian "to roll," from West Germanic *walwojan, from PIE *wel- "to roll" (see volvox). Figurative sense of "to plunge and remain in some state or condition" is attested from early 13c. Related: Wallowed; wallowing. The noun is recorded from 1590s.