Wad – meaning of the word and examples

A number of usually flat and/or small objects pressed tightly together. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A small mass, bundle, or tuft. (Merriam – Webster)

A mass or lump of a soft material, used for padding, stuffing, or wiping. (Oxford Dictionaries)

wad of something such as paper or cloth is a tight bundle or ball of it. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Wad. Urdu meaning.

http://www.urdu2eng.com/wad-urdu-meanings.html

Wad. Urdu meaning.

http://www.urdu2eng.com/wad-urdu-meanings.html

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