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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of wade.

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Examples

  • With his comments, Bernanke again waded into an area of economic policy over which he has no official responsibility but has become more vocal this year.

    Bernanke warns of high budget deficits

  • – Senator John McCain waded once more Wednesday evening into the fraught question of whether he would consider raising payroll taxes to shore up Social Security.

    Once More, With (a Little Less) Feeling - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Senator John McCain waded once more Wednesday evening into the fraught question of whether he would consider raising payroll taxes to shore up Social Security.

    Once More, With (a Little Less) Feeling - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Had the whole island of Great Britain waded across the Atlantic Ocean to call on Bunker Hill, the circumstance could scarcely have seemed to her more critical.

    Oldtown Folks

  • The wind howled in a low and melancholy manner through the leafless shrubs and bushes; and a pale moon "waded," as it is termed in Scotland, amongst drifting clouds, which seemed to threaten rain.

    The Fair Maid of Perth St. Valentine's Day

  • Later, I traveled with Humphrey from time to time, and no matter how tired he was, you could see the color come back into his cheeks and his eyes brighten as he waded into a crowd.

    The Good Fight

  • In ensuing years, the court began to issue sweeping directives to protect the rights of prisoners, slum-dwellers and bonded laborers, and later waded into major environmental disputes.

    In India, the Supreme Court Takes an Activist Role

  • One of the balds waded in the river and caught something small.

    Bird Cloud

  • The same day the table came back to life we discovered cows on the east end of the property, cows that had waded down the river.

    Bird Cloud

  • In the third week of August 2006 twenty cows waded down the river, climbed ashore at the far end and began gnawing and trampling—cause for yet another Great Cow Chase.

    Bird Cloud

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