wad

Part of speech: verb

To press into a mass; pack; put a wad in.

Part of speech: noun

A small compact mass of soft substance, as used for packing, etc.

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Usage examples "wad":

  1. There were two- and- twenty bags in all in the chest: ten of them full of silver money, eight of them full of gold money, three of them full of gold dust, and one small bag with jewels wrapped up in wad cotton and paper. - "Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates", Howard I. Pyle.
  2. Lord, what a wad o' them!" - "The Tides of Barnegat", F. Hopkinson Smith.
  3. He had but seated himself when a woman came to the door of the cottage, looked at him for a moment, and probably thinking him, from his bare feet, poorer than he was, said- " Wad ye like a drink?" - "Donal Grant", George MacDonald.