Definition of "waddled" [waddled]

  • (verb) Simple past tense and past participle of waddle.

Use "waddled" in a sentence

  • "Hockey Mom Governor Palin appeared at the Philadelphia Flyers game last night to throw out the first puck or rather as we watched, she kind of waddled it."
  • ""Ain't run across hair nor hide of 'em, Colonel," replied the squatty cattleman, as he "waddled" up to the spot where the little group awaited his coming; for like many of his kind, Pete was decidedly bow-legged, possibly from riding a horse all his life; and his walk somewhat resembled that of a sailor ashore after a long cruise."
  • "Hockey Mom Governor Palin appeared at the Philadelphia Flyers game last night to throw out the first puck (or rather as we watched, she kind of waddled it)."

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