The boy sighed and collapsed unconscious: Higgins remained in the weltering filth of the room to ease and care for him.
But this tide is discerned, as it were, through a dimness of weltering mist.
weltering in his blood, he touches her soft cheek and cries: 'Penthesilea!
A thrust, a slashing blow, and the Drilgo was weltering in his life-blood.
Wild glory of the weltering shore, The clouds dark portent hangeth o'er, The rushing billows muffled roar.
The one lay dead before me, the other weltering in her blood!
Ferrares had been found in the valley, weltering in his blood.
weltering in purple gore she fell; no groan, no sigh escaped her lips.
On their return, the jailers raised up Jonathan, who was weltering in his blood, and who appeared to be dying.
Merry, merry go the bells, Swinging o'er the weltering wave!
"to roll or twist," c.1300, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German welteren "to roll," from Proto-Germanic *waltijanan (cf. Old English wieltan, Old Norse velta, Old High German walzan "to turn, revolve," German wälzen "to roll," Gothic waltjan "to roll"), from PIE root *wel- "to turn, revolve" (see volvox). The noun meaning "confused mass" is first recorded 1851.