wadder
noun see wad II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • wadder — 1) drawed 2) edward …   Anagrams dictionary

  • wadder — wad·der …   English syllables

  • wadder — ˈwädə(r) also ˈwȯd noun ( s) : one that wads …   Useful english dictionary

  • wad — I. noun Etymology: Middle English wadde, from Medieval Latin wadda Date: 15th century 1. a small mass, bundle, or tuft: as a. a soft mass especially of a loose fibrous material variously used (as to stop an aperture, pad a garment, or hold grease …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Rhoda Bulter — (July 15 1929–1994), Shetland author, is one of the best known Shetland poets of recent times. Her first poem was published in The New Shetlander in 1970, following which she became a prolific writer in the Shetland dialect. She was a frequent… …   Wikipedia

  • wad — wad1 wadder, n. /wod/, n., v., wadded, wadding. n. 1. a small mass, lump, or ball of anything: a wad of paper; a wad of tobacco. 2. a small mass of cotton, wool, or other fibrous or soft material, used for stuffing, padding, packing, etc. 3. a… …   Universalium

  • drawed — 1) wadder 2) edward …   Anagrams dictionary

  • edward — 1) wadder 2) drawed …   Anagrams dictionary

  • wad — I. /wɒd / (say wod) noun 1. a small mass or lump of anything soft. 2. a small mass of cotton, wool, or other fibrous or soft material, used for stuffing, padding, packing, etc. 3. a ball or mass of something squeezed together: a wad of folded… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Wind — 1. Ander Wind, ander Wetter. 2. As de wind weiet, so rûsken de böme. – Lübben. 3. Auch der beste Wind kann s nicht allen Schiffen recht machen. – Altmann VI, 397. 4. Auch der Wind des Zaren reicht nicht hin, die Sonne auszublasen. 5. Aus einem… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”