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pad down

To arrange to sleep some place, especially on a temporary basis. I'll just pad down at my brother's apartment while I look for a place to live. Where are you padding down while you're in town?
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pad down (some place)

Sl. to make one's bed somewhere, usually a casual or temporary bed. Do you mind if I pad down at your place for the night? Can I pad down tonight?
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pad down

verb
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pad down (somewhere)

in. to make one’s bed somewhere, usually a casual or temporary bed. Do you mind if I pad down at your place for the night?
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"I had cut up some banana and put it on a plate and he just started padding down on the plate, like he couldn't see it."
I encountered him on his regular routine: padding down the wooden steps of the five-star Blizzard Hotel's lobby, nodding to the doormen, through the automatic glass doors and into the spring sunshine.
We'd come padding down the steps in PJs, bleary-eyed and dripping with dreams, to gather round the dining room table for a meal and the chance to hear stories of the northern wilds.
You'll have noticed the stand-out visual feature of this interesting new hatchback from Citroen; the plastic padding down the sides and around the lights, front and rear.
You'll have noticed the stand-out visual feature of this interesting new hatchback from Citroen - the plastic padding down the sides and around the lights, front and rear.
"So they gave me extra padding down the side, chicken fillets, a bit of shading – and that will have to do."
ANYONE who's been hoping Peter Andre would just put a sock in it had their wish granted in last week's show when we saw him resorting to a little padding down his Y-fronts for a beefcake photo shoot.
How else do you explain all those pavement porkers, padding down the street?
HEY daddy-o, was that you padding down those stairs like some kind a cool cat in your shades, or was it just old Father Time playing tricks?
Harris' 1967 book by the same name, everyday folks across the country were soon padding down sidewalks and streets in a new endeavor that Life magazine writer William Zinsser called a "nowhere sport, east of shuffleboard and west of quoits."
Instead, his in-trip entertainment was provided by the guard padding down the carriage to tell him the football scores.
SwedePro and Stihl market shirts that incorporate chainsaw protection for the upper half of the torso with additional padding down the length of the arms.
He could see the snow-capped roof of the rest home below and soon found himself drifting high over the Mersey: 'I must have died,' he thought, and the next thing he knew, he was in a well-known Wirral hospital, but now he felt solid, and he heard his slippered feet padding down the familiar green corridors.
The moggy got on the ferry at Oban, a five-hour voyage to Barra, where he was seen padding down the gangway at Castlebay.