A governor who doesn't zip down to Argentina for a little feathered sport isn't worth his waders.
They are less gregarious than other waders; they usually flush singly, but often within a few yards of each other if plentiful.
I believe his waders fasten, not round his waist, but round his neck.
The western sandpiper is the most abundant of all the waders that winter on this coast.
You could fish from the banks, but it is better to have waders, so you can cross once in a while.
She flashed upon him the fish that had been hidden behind her waders.
waders are not necessary, and a long cast is seldom required.
He pulled on his waders, brushing penitent Mud-pups aside as he started for the door.
Party in waders (on the shallower side, with nice trout on).
Among the other waders are a snow-white heron, another ash-coloured, and a large white stork.
A disgusting or unpleasant person •Used as second formative in dickwad, dipwad, dripwad, phlegmwad, jerkwad, scumwad, and tightwad; -wad joins -bag, -ball and -head as very productive elements for forming insults
[1980s+ & '90s teenagers; fr several sources: wad as defined above; wad, ''an unattractive or unpopular person,'' in late 1800s college slang; wad, ''a quantum of semen,'' fr 1920s; wad, ''a mass or lump of something''; wad, ''the male genitals,'' recently attested but not widespread]