wading, present participle; waded, past tense; wades, 3rd person singular present; waded, past participle;
Walk through water or another liquid or soft substance
we waded ashore
Walk through (something filled with water)
firefighters waded the waist-deep flood water
Read laboriously through (a long piece of writing)
Get involved in (something) vigorously or forcefully
he waded into the yelling, fighting crowd
Make a vigorous attack or intervention
Nicola waded in and grabbed the baby
An act of wading
English tennis player who won many women's singles titles (born in 1945)
walk (through relatively shallow water); "Can we wade across the river to the other side?"; "Wade the pond"
(wading) walking with your feet in shallow water
WADE is an AM Radio Station broadcasting on 1340 kHz. The station is owned by the Inspirational Deliverance Center of Waxhaw, North Carolina, but the city of license is Wadesboro, North Carolina, one county east in Anson County, North Carolina.
Wade (from the Old English Wada) sometimes Waetla is the English name for a common Germanic mythological character who, depending on location, is also known as Vadi (Norse) and Wate (Middle High German). ...
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(The Wades) The Wades are a Gospel and R&B group from South London.
(Wading) Swimming is movement through water using one's limbs, and usually without artificial apparatus. Swimming is an activity that can be both useful and recreational. Its primary uses are bathing, cooling, fishing, recreation, exercise, and sport.
an act of wading; to walk through water or something that impedes progress; to progress with difficulty
(wading) Appropriate to wade in; Which wades
(Wading) If you wade in clear water while dreaming, you will partake of evanescent, but exquisite joys. If the water is muddy, you are in danger of illness, or some sorrowful experiences. ...
(Wading) Moving into the water to get away from the shore and into deeper water.
(Wading) to stand in or transverse a river or stream on foot; most commonly done in shallower waterways
blonde man wearing blue outfit; he has average power and speed.