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  1. wad
    IPA[wäd]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. compress (a soft material) into a lump or mass:

      wad the strips over and over so that they ball up a wadded handkerchief
    • 2. line or stuff (a garment or piece of furniture) with wadding:

      a wadded sheepskin coat
    • 3. stop up (an aperture or a gun barrel) with a bundle or lump of soft material:

      he had something wadded behind his teeth
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: wad, plural noun: wads

    • v.: verb: wad, 3rd person present: wads, gerund or present participle: wadding, past tense: wadded, past participle: wadded

    • noun

      a mass or lump of a soft material, used for padding, stuffing, or wiping:

      a portion of tobacco or another narcotic when used for chewing:

    • verb

      compress (a soft material) into a lump or mass:

      line or stuff (a garment or piece of furniture) with wadding:

    • noun

      soft, thick material used to line garments or pack fragile items, especially absorbent cotton:

      material from which wads for guns are made.

    • noun

      soft, thick material used to line garments or pack fragile items, especially cotton wool formed into a fleecy layer:

      material from which wads for guns are made.

    • compress a soft material into a lump or mass
    • compress a soft material into a lump or mass
    • (of a man) ejaculate

      do all that one can

    • (of a man) ejaculate

      do all that one can

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