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Definition of "gadding" []

  • Present participle of gad. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "gadding" in a sentence
  • "My brother, who works the milk rounds with my father and whom I've been closer to than anyone in my family and is my greatest supporter. has now adopted the air of someone getting on with the real business of life, and not "gadding" after pie-in-the-sky notions of stardom and the high life."
  • "While I wouldn't want to speculate on her mindset, this took me back to when I was gadding about, back in the day."
  • "To be perfectly honest, I'm pleased for young Ravel - he's getting out of Manchester and moving to the east end of London, where he'll be gadding about with lots of new friends and disposable income as he makes a fresh start."