Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I said, "Yes, 'm, but I am to go in wading when it gets warmer."

And wading into the water, she said in a severe tone, 'I will catch the fish; you can watch me.'

He almost ran down the hill and crossed the creek at the wading place.

I didn't say you had been wading, and I didn't suppose you really had.

Then, wading along the slippery bank, I brought her to the skiff.

Wading in the water, leaping over the stones, clambering on the trunks—aw, dear!

"Cats" were wading out with flagons of water on their shoulders.

He was down the bank like a flash, and wading into the water, regardless of clothes.

I must have been wading up and down the length of the thing.

Well, they aren't wet and they'd get wet if I went in wading.