What is Wade?

  • (verb): Walk (through relatively shallow water).
    Example: "Can we wade across the river to the other side?"; "Wade the pond"
    See also — Additional definitions below


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Angus Phelps - Lara Wade
... Lara Wade Shortland Street character Portrayed by Anna Henare Introduced by Jason Daniel Duration 2007–08 First appearance 15 August 2007 Last appearance 12 March 2008 Profile Occupation Police officer (until ...
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... World Alliance for Decentralized Energy Wade Ceramics, manufacturers of porcelain and earthenware known for making "Whimsies" WADE (AM), a radio station in Wadesboro ...
The Middletons - Cast
... Ernest Wade is African-American and the best friend to Morris ... Peg Wade Wilson Wade Wendie Wade Grimes Hector is married to Beatrice Rambo, the Wades' cat Barnaby, a tuxedo cat who is new to town ...
Tom Wade
... Thomas "Tom" Wade (born in 1909 in Leeds) was a professional footballer who played as a defender for Huddersfield Town Darlington ... Persondata Name Wade, Tom Alternative names Short description English footballer Date of birth 1909 Place of birth Leeds, England Date of death Place of death ...
Rose Clark
... She is best known for the photographs she exhibited with Elizabeth Flint Wade under their joint names, either as "Rose Clark and Elizabeth Flint Wade" or as "Misses Clark and Wade" ...

More definitions of "Wade":

  • (noun): English tennis player who won may women's singles titles (born in 1945).
    Synonyms: Virginia Wade

Famous quotes containing the word wade:

    Not when truth is dirty, but when it is shallow, does the enlightened man dislike to wade into its waters.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    We need the tonic of wildness,—to wade sometimes in marshes where the bittern and the meadow-hen lurk, and hear the booming of the snipe; to smell the whispering sedge where only some wilder and more solitary fowl builds her nest, and the mink crawls with its belly close to the ground.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I am in blood
    Stepped in so far, that should I wade no more,
    Returning were as tedious as go o’er.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)