Definition of "wadd" [wadd]

  • (noun) Alternative form of wad.

Use "wadd" in a sentence

  • "A refusal on either side must, of course, be atoned for by a "wadd," or forfeit -- which may consist of a piece of money, a knife, a thimble, or any little article which the owner finds convenient for the purpose."
  • "Now and then one would be too close and the wadd would tear 'em up so bad we couldn't eat 'em."
  • "Big wadd of red worms on a small gold wire brim hook."

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