(noun) A smallmass of softmaterial,often folded or rolled,used for padding,stuffing, or packing.
(noun) A compressedball,roll, or lump,as of tobacco or chewinggum.
(noun) A plug,as of cloth or paper,used to retain a powderchargein a muzzleloading gun or cannon.
(noun) A disk,as of felt or paper,used to keep the powder and shotinplacein a shotguncartridge.
(noun)Informal A largeamount: a wad of troubles.
(noun) a small mass or ball of fibrous or soft material, such as cotton wool, used esp for packing or stuffing
(noun) a plug of paper, cloth, leather, etc, pressed against a charge to hold it in place in a muzzle-loading cannon
(noun) a disc of paper, felt, pasteboard, etc, used to hold in place the powder and shot in a shotgun cartridge
(noun) a roll or bundle of something, esp of banknotes
(noun) a large quantity, esp of money
(noun) a bundle of hay or straw
(noun) a bun
(verb) to form (something) into a wad
(verb) to roll into a wad or bundle
(verb) to hold (a charge) in place with a wad
(verb) to insert a wad into (a gun)
(verb) to pack or stuff with wadding; pad
Use "wad" in a sentence
"It wad hurt me sair tae think a bit title wad mak 'a difference to ma friends."
"And what really gets liberal panties in a wad is when you point out that fascism is a form of socialism too, and that Democrats share far more similarities with classic fascism than anything else, and more so than any other political group."
"The FliteControl wad is configured 180° compared to standard wads so the cup flares at the rear instead of the front."