Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wade. (verb)
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Use "wades" in a sentence
"Journalism, at its best, kind of wades through the truth to get at the facts."
"As Bernanke often does when he wades into issues that are not his official responsibility, he walked a delicate line with the House committee, trying to use his credibility to steer policy without seeming overtly political."
"Associated Press A man wades through a flooded street with his tricycle in Lanxi in east China's Zhejiang province on Monday."