English - English Dictionary

wad: noun: wu0254d

Few words

waddlewalking with a waddling gait; walking with short steps and the weight shifting from one foot to the other
wadingwalking with your feet in shallow water
swaddling clothesrestrictions placed on the immature
wading birdany of many long-legged birds that wade in water in search of food
waderany of many long-legged birds that wade in water in search of food
swaddling clothesa garment (a gown or narrow strips of cloth) for an infant
swaddling bandsa garment (a gown or narrow strips of cloth) for an infant
waderswaterproof hip boots (sometimes extending to the chest) worn by anglers
wading poola shallow pool for children
twaddlepretentious or silly talk or writing
wada wad of something chewable as tobacco
swada bunch; "a thick swad of plants"
Irrawaddythe main river of Myanmar rising in the north and flowing south through the length of Burma to empty into the Andaman Sea
Irrawaddy Riverthe main river of Myanmar rising in the north and flowing south through the length of Burma to empty into the Andaman Sea
wadigully or streambed in northern Africa and the Middle East that remains dry except during rainy season
tightwada miserly person
twaddlersomeone who twaddles; someone who writes or talks twaddle
waddlersomeone who walks with a waddling gait; "fat waddlers who walk like pigeons"
Henry Wadsworth LongfellowUnited States poet remembered for his long narrative poems (1807-1882)
WadeEnglish tennis player who won may women''s singles titles (born in 1945)
Virginia WadeEnglish tennis player who won may women''s singles titles (born in 1945)
swadust mushrooman edible agaric found in piles of hardwood sawdust; the caps are black and coarsely wrinkled
wad(often followed by `of'') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
wadsa large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed a mountain of newspapers"
waddingany material used especially to protect something