Thesaurus / wade through

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Who to-day could wade through with children the good-goody books of that generation?

The rail which I had formerly placed over it by way of bridge had disappeared, and I was obliged to wade through it.

Arthur MervynCharles Brockden Brown

Women have to wade through water and mud; wet wood; raining continually.

You wade through endless marshes of subtle intimation, to a sense of a Presence in Samphire House.

The noble animal disdained to wade through, but cleared it at a single bound.

We enter upon it reluctantly; we wade through it doubtfully, and die at last timidly.

RemarksBill Nye

I shall have to carry you; the water is too deep for you to wade through, but the cave is worth seeing as we step into it.'

To wade through these volumes of German mysticism is a task both painful and disgusting—and happily not necessary.

I don't know of anything so tiring as trying to wade through a paspalum paddock in seed.

From Chart House to Bush HutCharles W. L. Bryde

And it was part of my duties to wade through it every night.

Q.6.a and Other placesFrancis Buckley
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