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- adj. Appropriate to wade in.
- adj. Which wades
- v. Present participle of wade.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from wade, v.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. walking with your feet in shallow water
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Downstream will work, and in heavy water, the wading is a little easier.
There was a herd of elk wading from the island where they spent the night to a National Wildlife Area. 200 yards away.
Interested in wading into the next generation OPAC waters?
Traditional dry fly fishing while wading is thought to be done upstream ...
Suggesting to your attractive female friend that "wet wading is the way to go" even though the air temp is 56-degrees, and it's runoff ... both naughty and nice.
I'm not necessarily interested in wading into the brouhaha over whether Bush's remarks in Jerusalem yesterday were an implicit attack on Barack Obama.
And I have no interest at all in wading through his 400-plus comments about how worthless and corrupt all American reporters are.
Batman comics showed Robin wading through drainage pipes, climbing mountains, and visiting outer space.
You can get by with sneakers, but my 55-year-old ankles do better in wading shoes.
Wet wading is the comfortable way to go and the fish typically rise well to dry flies.