(verb-intransitive) To walkin or throughwater or somethingelse that similarlyimpedesnormalmovement.
(verb-intransitive) To makeone'sway arduously: waded through a boringreport.
(verb-transitive) To cross or passthrough (water, for example) with difficulty:wade a swiftcreek.
(noun) The act or aninstance of wading.
(phrasal-verb)in To plunge into, begin, or attackresolutely and energetically: waded into the task.
(verb) to walk with the feet immersed in (water, a stream, etc)
(verb) to proceed with difficulty
(verb) to attack energetically
(noun) the act or an instance of wading
Use "wade" in a sentence
"I do agree that Roe v. wade is a hard decision to defend."
"If roe v. wade is overturned, no more republicans … sounds good to me."
"Aside from the disaster of overturning roe v wade, which is a very likely scenario if McCain wins and appoints an anti-choice judge, I think obama is more likely to appoint a justice who might actually be representative of a slice of america not presently represented on the court."