Meaning of WADDING in English

WADDING

I. -diŋ noun

( -s )

Etymology: wad (II) + -ing

1.

a. : wads or material for making wads

b. : a soft mass or sheet of short loose fibers used for stuffing or padding (as quilts, costumes, upholstery, or packages)

c.

(1) : a soft absorbent paper used in hospitals and as sanitary napkins

(2) : a loosely formed crepe paper used for packing

2. or wadding thread : a stuffer thread

II. ˈwadin

Scotland

variant of wedding

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