Which preposition to use with grovels

in Occurrences 31%

Jack Vance was seized by a band of applauding comrades, who, with his head about a couple of feet lower than his heels, carried him in triumph across the playground, and staggered half-way up the steep garden path, when Acton happening to tread on a loose pebble brought the whole procession to grief, and caused the noble band of conquering heroes to be seen all grovelling in a mixed heap upon the gravel.

at Occurrences 26%

With a sound of love and misery impossible to describe, Zadok had leaped from the box and had grovelled at those dear feet, kissing the insensible hands and praying for those shut eyes to open.

on Occurrences 26%

Every limb was relaxed in terror, and I grovelled on my knees before him.

before Occurrences 10%

But of course not; you were very properly grovelling before her.

to Occurrences 4%

I want the whole world to know how they've wronged you; I want you to be famous and powerful and splendid, and I want the people who've abused you to come and smirk and grovel to you, and say that they knew all the time that you were innocent."

under Occurrences 2%

European Slavery is indeed a State of Liberty, if compared with that which prevails in the other three Divisions of the World; and therefore it is no Wonder that those who grovel under it have many Tracks of Light among them, of which the others are wholly destitute.

for Occurrences 2%

These grovel for nuts like the Hampshire hog, or impiously celebrate the fruitage by which man fell.

with Occurrences 1%

The soldier was on his knees, grovelling with face against the floor.

into Occurrences 1%

I grovelled into the pillow and tried to persuade myself that such hallucination was possible.

until Occurrences 1%

How cheerful my feelings, when that man of shreds and patches fell prostrate in the sawdust, where he lay grovelling until the next revolution of his noble steed, when the animal caught him up by the baggiest portion of the trousers and carried him round the arena as a terrier might a rat!

Which preposition to use with  grovels