bracso, bracsan, fracsan, fracso, mracsan, mracso
Noun(1) English tennis player who won many women's singles titles (born in 1945
Verb(1) walk (through relatively shallow water
(1) A wade along an October pond bank is a good way to water those roots.(2) An hour out we came across a swift stream and found a good spot to wade across the icy water.(3) It took me twenty minutes to wade the one hundred metres back to our hotel.(4) The cave is a respectable size but we didn't follow it far, since after 30m a wade degenerated into a full on swim.(5) The Bone Cave experience begins with an icy wade across the Duck River and part of the mouth of Bashaw Creek.(6) It is possible to walk round the loch, but you might have to wade the river at its southern end to reach the track which will return you to the Lodge.(7) Pregnant turtles, too petrified by the commotion to wade ashore at night, are being forced to lay their eggs in the sea, where they cannot hatch.(8) It took him three hours to wade though waist-high water too deep to take his two children with him.(9) they could just click it up on screen rather than have to wade through some hefty document(10) We wade the cold water, fishing for an hour in the driving rain.(11) A short wade out to sea, the bottom plates, remnants of the ship's engines and boiler lie collapsed upon themselves.(12) Sometimes I would walk for days in the woods, checking snares, tracking deer, wading the river, just walking.(13) His second shot again lands in the water, so Peter wades out and retrieves the ball.(14) We are still wading through the piles of responses with reader feedback.(15) She's just surfaced, blinking like a mole, after wading through 50,000 pages of fiction in her role as a Booker Prize judge.(16) He first got hooked on fish as a boy wading the streams of Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
(1) wade in :: bracso yn
1. paddle ::
2. wallow ::
3. dabble ::
4. splosh ::
Different Formswade, waded, wades, wading
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Still, she'll have to
WADE through that muck
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
He'd WADE into the sea
and smash the enemies.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2
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