pad

Part of speech: verb

To stuff with pads or padding; put up in pads; wear or use pads.

Part of speech: noun

An elastic cushion.

Part of speech: noun

A flat packet of paper; tablet.

Part of speech: noun

A floating leaf, as of a water - lily.

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Usage examples "pad":

  1. Then he crossed cautiously into the alcove and started to pad up the alcove stairs, his face white and strained with excitement and hope. - "The Bat", Avery Hopwood Mary Roberts Rinehart.
  2. The desk opened with the drawer- or rather unrolled itself- a flexible wood- flap running back when it was opened, and releasing a lid that made one- half of the writing- pad when turned back. - "When Ghost Meets Ghost", William Frend De Morgan.
  3. Pad concluded the game was up. - "Underground", Suelette Dreyfus.