The Collaborative International Dictionary
Enwallow \En*wal"low\, v. t. To plunge into, or roll in, flith; to wallow.
So now all three one senseless lump remain,
Enwallowed in his own black bloody gore.
Usage examples of "enwallow".
Soone as they bene arriu'd vpon the brimOf the Rich strond, their charets they forlore,And let their temed fishes softly swimAlong the margent of the fomy shore,Least they their finnes should bruze, and surbate soreTheir tender feet vpon the stony ground:And comming to the place, where all in goreAnd cruddy bloud enwallowed they foundThe lucklesse Marinell, lying in deadly swound.