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Another word for pad

  1. Material for writing

  2. Cushion

      1. Padding put in cushions and upholstered furniture.
      2. Food put into the cavity of a piece of meat or a vegetable that has been hollowed out.
      1. The act of stuffing, filling, or lining.
      2. A soft material used to make pads or a pad.
      3. Something added, especially extraneously or fraudulently:
      1. A projection on a machine part, such as a pawl for controlling the motion of a ratchet wheel in a watch escapement, that engages the teeth of a ratchet wheel to convert reciprocating motion to rotary motion or vice versa.
      2. A wooden, shovellike potter's tool used for mixing and shaping clay.
      3. A metal tool used for printing on book bindings.
      1. A usually rectangular pad of heavy cloth filled with soft material or an arrangement of coiled springs, used as or on a bed.
      2. An airtight inflatable pad used as or on a bed or as a cushion.
      3. A closely woven mat of brush and poles used to protect an embankment, a dike, or a dam from erosion.
      1. A long narrow pillow or cushion.
      2. To support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion.
      3. To buoy up or hearten:
      1. A cloth case stuffed with something soft, such as down, feathers, or foam rubber, used to cushion the head, especially during sleep.
      2. A decorative cushion.
      3. The pad on which bobbin lace is made.
      1. A flat piece of coarse fabric or other material used for wiping one's shoes or feet, or in various other forms as a floor covering.
      2. A small flat piece of decorated material placed under a lamp, dish of food, or other object.
      3. A floor pad to protect athletes, as in wrestling or gymnastics.
  3. *A residence

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  1. To thicken

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  2. To increase

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