a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge
embroider: add details to
slog: walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud; "Mules plodded in a circle around a grindstone"
the large floating leaf of an aquatic plant (as the water lily)
a block of absorbent material saturated with ink; used to transfer ink evenly to a rubber stamp
line or stuff with soft material; "pad a bra"
A synthesizer, or "synth", is an electronic musical instrument that uses filters and tone generators to create waveforms which are then processed to generate sound. ...
Pads are protective equipment used in the sports of cricket, baseball, American football, and hockey (by goaltenders).
(Pads) The underside or soles of the feet
(PADS) position and azimuth determining system
("Pads") Added under a horse's natural hoof, pads (sometimes called "stacks") can vary in height. They are usually made of plastic, although originally were made of leather. Pads have a metal band that runs across the hoof wall to help keep them on the horse's foot. ...
(Pads) the paws of the dead fox
"Paw" pads are those at the end of the "arms" of a teddy bears. "Foot" pads are those on the soles of the feet. Pads are usually made of felt, but may also be made of rexine (for teddy bears made in 1940's or later), leather or cotton.
(PADS) Passenger Airbag Disarm Switch: Override switch to disable PAB when children are riding in front seat
(Pads) A form of body protection. Knee pads, wrist pads, elbow pads etc.
(Pads) A piece of material attached to the tank shall to which various attachments are made.
(Pads) Protective equipment for the legs.
(Pads) Soft disk-shaped wafers on woodwind keys which cover the holes in the closed position until they wear or fall out at which point a professional repadding is needed.
(Pads) Strictly speaking, nothing in a piano is called a pad. Many piano owners, however, will refer to any piece of felt as a pad. More often than not they are referring to either the damper felts or the hammerhead felts.
(Pads) The earpads on headphones.
(Pads) Used to protect shipments. Have cotton fill and quilted design to keep filler in place. Commonly referred to as moving blankets.
(Pads) noun, pl. Usually knee and elbow pads, which skateboarders use to protect themselves when riding. Usually only used for ramp riding, but often required in situations which require insurance.
(Pads) sanitary products that stick to the inside of underwear and soak up the blood that leaves the vagina during a menstrual period.
(Pads) “foot-scale [devices] that behave something like a sheet of paper (or a book or a magazine)” Laptops, tablet PCs, and e-readers are examples of this category.