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paddle

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walk through

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wade in

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wade into something

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wade through something

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  • plough through
  • trawl through
  • labour at
  • work your way through
  • toil at
  • drudge at
  • peg away at

Synonyms for Wade

to walk heavily, slowly, and with difficulty

wade in: to move or thrust at, under, or into the midst of with sudden force

wade in: to start work on vigorously

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English tennis player who won many women's singles titles (born in 1945)

walk (through relatively shallow water)

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VICTIMS From left, Thomas Fyvie, John McNeil, George Wade and Henry Green died in 1962
In the film, which opens this week, Grant stars as superficial, self-absorbed, playboy millionaire George Wade who meets his match when he hires passionate environmentalist Lucy Kelson (Bullock).
Here, Sandra, who plays idealistic lawyer Lucy Kelson opposite Grant's millionaire property tycoon George Wade, talks about her co- star - and his sexually suggestive chess set.
The note was penned by General George Wade, the Commander in Chief of Government Forces in Scotland who had the task of pacifying the Highlands.
Listen, we're not a group of polluters trying to evade the law," says George Wade, the technical director of Arkansas Kraft Corp.
In the story, millionaire George Wade (Grant) needs a new Chief Counsel but the charismatic head of New York's leading real estate development firm has a bad habit of hiring attractive female attorneys with dubious credentials and then becoming romantically involved.
Some viewers may balk at the idea falling for Donald Trump-style tycoon George Wade.
CHRISTMAS 1899, in an article in The New Illustrated Magazine, George Wade wrote: "The chief penny toy now most in demand is something of a mechanical kind, either in the shape of a working model or puzzle.
George Wade, who had been treasurer for 25 years, was joined in stepping down by secretary Alan Blevins, who has held his post for a shorter period.
They were manufactured by George Wade Pottery, founded 1810, in Burslem, England.
Lucy reluctantly accepts a job working for Donald Trump-ish billionaire playboy George Wade (Grant) in the hope of implementing sweeping environmental policies at his real estate development company.
The bridge, built by General George Wade and Scots architect William Adam, opened in 1733.
The potteries merged around the turn of the century to become George Wade & Son Ltd.
George Wade -- Consultant for Location-Based Entertainment at
But her boss George Wade (Hugh Grant) treats her more like a nanny than a Harvard Law grad, and can barely tie his shoes without her.