1 roll or loll about or around, welter, writhe, tumble, splash or plash:
He enjoys watching the pigs wallowing in the mud.
2 Usually, wallow in. luxuriate in, bask in, revel in, glory in, indulge (oneself) in, give (oneself) up to, succumb to, take to, appreciate, fancy, enjoy, like, love, savour, Slang get a kick or a bang or a boot from or out of:
Now that Gabriel is a big rock star, he simply wallows in all the attention he is getting.
3 stumble, stagger, lurch, flounder, teeter, totter, falter, pitch:
Without its engines, the ship was lifted skyward by a wave one moment only to wallow in a trough the next.