Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of wad.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a large number or amount

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Removing the wads from the latter with my knife, emptied the powder on a flat rock.

    Chapter 29

  • He found two "wads" of cash totaling $974 in the teen's coat and pants pockets.

    D.C. police's search for drugs on D.C. teen is ruled illegal

  • The politicians are blaming a culture of selfishness, egged on by Wall Street, as if bankers staring at wads of cash would garner inspiration to put the communal interest before their own pockets.

    Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: Decline and Fall of British Values

  • Patternmaster makes a special choke designed for Federal Flight Control wads and the Black Cloud shells.

    You Saw It Here First

  • I have about half of two boxes of older Federal 3 1/2 load #5's that do not have the new Flight Control wads.

    You Saw It Here First

  • Be advised that the Patternmaster and other choke tubes with internal tabs or quasi-rifling work extremely poorly with Federal Flight Control wads.

    You Saw It Here First

  • We have the schedule all figured out so it's empty when we go (though wads of big league chew in the grass create the occasional distraction ...).

    Where To Train?

  • I'm assuming you've sent me off with great big wads of cash in the local currency and carved out a month or two of free time for me to get away in.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Don't wear expenxsive jewelry, flash wads of cash, hand your debit or credit card off to be taken to the cashier in restaurants, keep wallet and bag where you can see them, don't go looking for trouble in any way, and if you are out partying at night, take a taxi back to your hotel rather than walking.

    Safety in Maz'?

  • The students were talking on their cell phones IN class, flirting with each other, throwing paper wads - one hit me in the back of the head -- and a student came up to me with the wad and said I should take my vengence.

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