padding[ pad-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF padding
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PADDING
There's nothing there but padding; and a greasy sort it is.'
Fate had caught him in a vice; he had spent eighteen active years in padding that vice.
If I were writing a shilling volume, I should put them in by way of padding.
I'm getting ready for the jump now—that's why I'm padding myself.
Or should one write novels of peasant life with plenty of padding?
And they're padding a device van to take Sally to the labs when they're ready.
At their heels was the soft rustle of many thousands of padding feet.
For this process there is used what is called a padding machine.
The padding may be worked in an embroidery hoop to keep it smooth and even.
After padding firmly, the front opening should be oversewed.