1. wade

verb. ['ˈweɪd'] walk (through relatively shallow water).


  • puddle


  • stay in place
  • misbehave

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Words that Rhyme with Wade

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  • portrayed
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  • lemonade
  • downgrade
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Example sentences of the word wade

1. Verb, base form
Flamingos generally live along the coast, where they can wade into the water for feeding.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Some people use small boats, but most anglers wade.

Quotes containing the word wade

1. You can't outwit fate by standing on the sidelines placing little sidebets about the outcome of life. either you wade in and risk everything you have to play the game or you don't play at all. and if u don't play u can't win.
- Judith McNaught, Paradise

2. When a man finds the woman he really loves, the one he respects and wants to call wife, there is nothing on earth he won't do for her. No mountain he won't hike. No river he won't wade. No door he won't open. She is Eve and there's not a snake crawling that can keep them apart.
- Yolanda Joe

3. It doesn't matter if the water is cold or warm if you're going to have to wade through it anyway.
- Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

2. Wade

noun. English tennis player who won many women's singles titles (born in 1945).