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Synonyms: 1. Paddle 2. Wallow 3. Dabble 4. Slop 5. Squelch 6. Trudge 7. Plod 8. Splosh 9. Ford 10. Cross 11. Traverse 12. Plow 13. Plod 14. Trawl 15. Labor 16. Peruse 17. Study 18. Browse 19. Leaf 20. Flick ...21. Skim 22. Look 23. Thumb 24. Slog 25. Attack 26. Assault 27. Charge 28. Rush 29. Storm 30. Tackle 31. Feedback See more »
1. We waded so gently and reverently, or we pulled together so smoothly, that the fishes of thought were not scared from the stream, nor feared any angler on the bank, but came and went grandly, like the clouds which float through the western sky, and the mother-o'-pearl flocks which sometimes form and dissolve there.
2. Consider the small number of governors who waded into controversy in the past year over their handling of state government.: Sir Cyril also waded into the debate about the merits of state and private schools and university entrance.: Hundreds of armed police rushed on to the pitch and waded in as fists flew among the players.: A terrified Essex family waded waist-deep through a raging torrent
3. 45 synonyms and near synonyms of waded from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 39 antonyms and near antonyms. Find another word for waded.
4. Define waded. waded synonyms, waded pronunciation, waded translation, English dictionary definition of waded. v. wad·ed , wad·ing , wades v. intr. To walk in or through water or something else that similarly impedes normal movement. v. tr. To cross or pass through
5. To walk with the feet immersed in (water, a stream, etc) the girls waded the river at the ford (intr often foll by through) to proceed with difficulty to wade through a book (intr; foll by in or into) to attack energetically
6. Wade (wād) v. wad·ed, wad·ing, wades . To walk in or through water or something else that similarly impedes normal movement. . To cross or pass through (water, for example) with difficulty: wade a swift creek. n. The act or an instance of wading. Phrasal Verbs: wade in (or into) To begin resolutely or energetically to do (something): waded
7. To walk through water or other liquid with some effort, because it is deep enough to come quite high up your legs, or thick : The river was full but we managed to wade across. We waded a shallow river. They had to wade through a swamp.
8. Wade in (to something) 1. Literally, to enter and begin walking through liquid, especially water. Despite my nervousness, I closed my eyes and waded into the ocean.
9. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred waded deepest into these troubled waters in 2018 when he said the league had “encouraged dialogue with the Indians organization about the club’s use of the Chief
10. If you’ve ever driven during rush-hour traffic or waded through a crowded store, you know all too well that rude people are everywhere. Whether it’s an insulting comment or a dismissive
11. La Liga boss Javier Tebas has waded into a war of words with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez over the use of VAR in Spain and a potential European Super League. Madrid supremo Perez once more voiced his support for a new competition and also questioning La Liga’s use of VAR and how replays are selected. As per Marca, Perez said: “On […]
12. This labrador retriever found herself trapped on a chuck of river ice in Horace, North Dakota, on Dec. 2. Police and fire crews waded through ice-cold water to pull the dog back to safety.
13. Staunton also waded into the debate around a fictional disclaimer for the show in response to Barnett’s question about whether there should be a warning at the beginning of the program
14. This isn’t the first time FedEx has waded into political waters during Trump’s term. Chairman and CEO Fred Smith has previously criticized the Trump administration’s use of international
15. Last Updated: 2nd January, 2021 20:41 IST MNS Asks Shiv Sena To Honour Bal Thackeray's Word On Sambhajinagar, Alleges Doublespeak Amid the row between the Congress party and MNS over renaming Aurangabad city to Sambhajinagar, Raj Thackeray-led MNS waded into this debate on Saturday.

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