Definition of wads :
Of or pertaining to a mountain or mountains; growing or living on a mountain; found on or peculiar to mountains; among mountains; as, a mountain torrent; mountain pines; mountain goats; mountain air; mountain howitzer.
lines (part of speech: verb)
monies (part of speech: noun)
funds, balance sheets, ingots, coppers, coupons, stocks, proceeds, notes, swags, assets, ways and means, bankrolls, coinages, receipts, bonds, treasures, cashes, IOUs, promissory notes, bank notes, issues, bills, pounds, currencies, wallets, fortunes, greenbacks, dollars, purses, drafts, nuggets, checks, money orders, profits, monies, incomes
- You will not wear it during the day; it wads up too much to be of much use at night. - "Camp and Trail", Stewart Edward White.
- He had seen Miss Anna, he resumed, " for so brief an instant- on an errand- that he had not made civil inquiry after the others, but had left good- by for them about as a news- carrier wads and throws in the morning paper!" - "Kincaid's Battery", George W. Cable.
- I consider as paper wads lies at the root uv popillar edyercation; ther a necessary adjunck uv the skool systim. - "The Fiend's Delight", Dod Grile.