Which preposition to use with wallows

in Occurrences 104%

Terrapin sits low in my regard, even though it has wallowed in the most aristocratic marsh.

through Occurrences 10%

After spending an hour or two with my favorite, I made my way across the valley, boring and wallowing through the drifts, to learn as definitely as possible how the other birds were spending their time.

for Occurrences 3%

Then I must keep ashes and dust wallows for them and be very particular about my eggs when hens are sitting, and see that the hens come off regularly for food and exercise.

to Occurrences 3%

The dog, Bony, came along with them, wallowing to his ears and barking merrily.

beneath Occurrences 3%

Above, below, the rose of snow, Twined with her blushing foe, we spread: The bristled Boar in infant gore Wallows beneath thy thorny shade.

about Occurrences 2%

If you can put me under that" I did, and there he wallowed about like a captive balloon, while I stood on his hearthrug and talked to him.

among Occurrences 2%

The garden has been almost destroyed by the ALLIGATOR, who still wallows among the beds.]

at Occurrences 2%

I've wallowed at a coarse man's feet, I'm sprayed with dreams we've not yet come to.

with Occurrences 2%

In front of the Waring farmhouse the road, wallowing with fat mud, stretched off in a dirty streak under the glistening limbs of the maples.

on Occurrences 1%

It was the immense, the profound, the incommensurable peasantry of the financier and the parvenu, beaming, like a pitiful sun, upon the idolatrous town which wallowed on the ground the while it uttered impure psalms before the impious tabernacle of banks.

out Occurrences 1%

As the sun sank behind the field of orchids that grew on the matted summit of the jungle, the river monsters came wallowing out of the slime in which they had reclined during the heat of the day, and the great beasts of the jungle came down to drink.

like Occurrences 1%

The water now grew deeper all the time, and the ship wallowed like a waterlogged raft.

around Occurrences 1%

These people are depicted with swift strokes, wallowing around tables, exchanging stupid, drunken speech, uttering senile maxims and inept proverbs.

toward Occurrences 1%

He passed one arm around the middle stay of the shrouds and around her waist, passed the other in front of her, covering her chest; and so, with every muscle set, he waited. Surrounded, pursued, pushed, and hammered by the billows, the wreck drifted, rising and falling, starting and wallowing toward the awful line where the breakers plunged over the undertow and dashed themselves to death on the resounding shore.

towards Occurrences 1%

I could never go into the smoking-room but he would come wallowing towards me, and sometimes he came and gormandised round and about me while I had my lunch.

underneath Occurrences 1%

He wallowed underneath the board, Or in his master's chamber snored; Who fondly stroked him every day, And taught him all the puppy's play; Where'er he went, the grunting friend Ne'er failed his pleasure to attend.

along Occurrences 1%

So the ball is started and goes rolling from one man to another in the ranks, growing in audacity and wallowing along filthy ways of thought, until the sous-officier, who had been grinning under his képi, suddenly turns red with anger and growls out a protest.

of Occurrences 1%

Everywhere are picturesque disorder, dirt, rubbish, and the accrued wallow of years of laissez-aller; but the mighty trade-winds and the constant rains sweep away all bad odors, and there is no resultant disease.

Which preposition to use with  wallows