waders[ wey-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF waders
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WADERS
I believe his waders fasten, not round his waist, but round his neck.
He had been drawing on his waders and buckling on his creel.
She flashed upon him the fish that had been hidden behind her waders.
You could fish from the banks, but it is better to have waders, so you can cross once in a while.
But he drew the line at waders, as not being in the department of a mere he-cousin.
The Knot is not only very gregarious, but social, and often mixes with companies of other waders.
Waders are not necessary, and a long cast is seldom required.
Party in Waders (on the shallower side, with nice trout on).
The Flamingo is one of the most curious of the tribe of Waders.
There is one lizard and two waders, namely, a snipe and curlew.