- Homophone Note, Word Explorer
|part of speech:
||waded, wades, wading
||to walk in water or something else that makes movement slower or more difficult.
The soldiers waded slowly through the tall grass.
||to move ahead slowly or with difficulty (often followed by "through").
She waded through the pile of papers, searching for his letter.
||wadable (wadeable) (adj.)
The words wade
(past tense of the verb "weigh") sound alike but have different meanings.