- n.块状软物,填料 vt.把...卷为一卷,填塞,以软物衬填
- To walk with a clumsy sway; waddle.
- To move with a waddling motion; toddle.
- A widow with a little wad of bills hid away in the sugar bowl.
- Throw some food to the ducks by the water stand so still while they waddle my way.
- Ski boot appliacation: raincoat skiing dress sportwear diving dress puptent motor-cycle's and boat's tent wader waterproofbag and all waterproof etc.
- Wedge it with a wad of newspaper.
- Sometimes they had to wade waist-deep through mud.
- The185-pound steller sea lion waddled ashore shocking students and teachers.
- The fish nipped the wader's toe.
- It was too bad my wet wadded jacket became so stiff like a armature after being dried could not keep warm and it made my skin painful and itchy after I wore it because I had not an underlinen and a drawer.
- A psalm of life was henry wadsworth longfellow's masterpiece the poet expressed an active positive and optimistic attitude towards life with the addition of its beautiful tone and sensitive feeling it was well known in ameration.
- Its roofs and doors were wattled with hissing snakes ejecting poison through which perjurers and murderers were forced to wade by way of punishment.
- This sampler can be used only in streams shallow enough to be waded.
- The most common migrants are the waders of the sandpiper family but they also include other birds ranging in size from herons to shrikes.
- Seat cushions filled with high-resilient polyurethane foam and polyester fibre wadding provide great seating comfort.