EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WADDED
In the fog it sounded like an immense humming in a wadded room.
His right hand was still on his pistol, the wadded page of the register in the other.
The term was also given to a stitched, wadded lining for body armour.
Taking it from her, he wadded it up and threw it back into the kitchen.
Brett pulled off his damp coat, wadded it, jammed it under the flow.
She now appeared with a bonnet, and a wadded cloak which her master had given her.
Wadded clothes are clothes with cotton between the outside and the lining.
She paid the charges, wadded the receipt into her purse and turned briskly away.
It is wadded on both sides with deceptions and our only privilege is to surmise.
“He must have wadded the cloth in his hand, and held it above his head,” she mused.
1570s, from wad (n.). Related: Wadded; wadding.