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Correct spelling:
wad
Definition:

Mass of paper, tow, & c., packed together, or used to keep the charge in a gun. To form into a wad; to line with wadding.

Synonyms:
money (noun)
swag, check, nugget, bankroll, stock, profit, worth, funds, bond, bill, cash, gross, capital, bullion, gold, spending money, IOU, pounds, fortune, coinage, change, lucre, net worth, money, coupon, receipts, treasure, copper, purse, moolah, draft, wampum, greenback, sterling, proceeds, money order, wallet, loot, income, wealth, bank note, silver, pocket money, ingot, balance sheet, promissory note, ways and means, petty cash, dough, wherewithal, assets, dollar, note, scratch, currency, issue.
line (verb)
pack, interline, inlay, face, pad, insulate, line.
Other synonyms:
lump, circle, circumstances, zillion, agglomerate, plenteousness, mountain, band, flowerpot, bay window, throng, spile, portion, smoke, backpack, bulk, yard, bus, gage, myriad, potentiometer, loads, corporation, quantity, clump, kitty, blob, big money, jam, jalopy, lashings, drum, grass, force, chew, freshet, crapper, gathering, bargain, batch, constrict, dope, caboodle, occlude, obturate, smokestack, tamp, store, masses, barrel, cumulation, trillion, shipload, sight, chaw, jillion, reams, slew, hoopla, mess, ram, fireplug, pickle, ram down, pound sterling, piling, mussiness, multitude, visual sense, muddle, fibre, truckload, galvanic pile, bunch, lot, close up, volume, throne, hatful, plug, destiny, sess, bank, hype, clot, nag, push-down list, plentifulness, toilet, quid, quite a little, oodles, tamp down, ballyhoo, stilt, mint, push-down stack, nubble, megabucks, vision, impede, locoweed, multiplicity, quid pro quo, clod, softwood, mob, knot, muckle, grind away, jackpot, plentitude, froth, messiness, rich, gobs, mastication, mess hall, bundle, get up, tuft, stop, skunk, part, plenty, scad, wall, push-down store, take, scads, great deal, hank, cumulus, rush, push-down storage, roll up, down, swot up, people, nap, green goddess, drift, atomic pile, drive, stool, coating, fistful, crash, spark plug, plenitude, whole slew, chewing, potty, hoi polloi, business deal, spate, basketful, chock up, foam, ream, upholstery, good deal, knob, trade, cud, manduction, potbelly, stopple, boatload, bomb, visual modality, deal, mickle, bushel, fate, heap, bunch up, raft, passel, pot, abundance, practice bundling, backing, stopper, ton, atomic reactor, press, bone up, mug up, cloud, packet, glob, kettle of fish, muss, profusion, big bucks, squeeze, weed, set, billow, load, male plug, hunch, gob, bucket, the great unwashed, boodle, tidy sum, cram, much, dozen, pack, dollop, stack, block, fire hydrant, draw, sparking plug, big, peck, carry, hunk, cluster, bundle up, can, mound, hole, luck, pound, compact, potful, carload, hundred, fiber, pack together, jade, pyramid, fold, upsurge, whole lot, troop, view, hack, jampack, fog, clutch, compress, bone, voltaic pile, mass, plateful, contract, mount, survey, mint candy, sens, nub, chunk, sheaf, load down, ken, commode, fix, swot, crush, pretty penny, million, king's ransom, flock, pile, chain reactor, gobbet, obstruct, tummy, earth, surge, hand, rechewed food.
Common misspellings:
  1. wasd (67%)
  2. wod (33%)
Examples of usage:
  1. Try I wad, I ye me."
    - 'at couldna lea' ahin' - "Warlock o' Glenwarlock", George MacDonald.
  2. The acrobats still abound, but it is three long years since I looked upon a coon act with real Afro- Americans in it, or saw a citizen of Cincinnati in a fur overcoat keeping a silk hat, an open umbrella, and a small wad of paper in the air with one hand.
    - 'at couldna lea' ahin' - "Warlock o' Glenwarlock", George MacDonald. - "Imaginary Interviews", W. D. Howells.
  3. Wad ye like a row?
    - 'at couldna lea' ahin' - "Warlock o' Glenwarlock", George MacDonald. - "Imaginary Interviews", W. D. Howells. - "Malcolm", George MacDonald.
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