water wings

  1. a life preserver consisting of a connected pair of inflatable bags that fit under a person's arms and provide buoyancy; used by children learning to swim
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How To Use water wings In A Sentence

  • The water wasn’t safe either: at the beach I saw tots dressed in flotation belts and water wings — for shelling along the shore. Safer Playgrounds Still Dangerous | Impact Lab
  • However, toy versions of life jackets or flotation devices like "water wings" do fall within the CPSC's jurisdiction.
  • He went under again, heading to the far side of the pool, his legs scissoring and his arms moving like underwater wings.
  • To pursue that metaphor, for many ‘newbie’ teachers the coursebook will be their water wings for the first year or so, until they feel themselves confident and skilled enough to ‘go dogme’. C is for Coursebook (by Lindsay Clandfield) « An A-Z of ELT
  • The extraordinary bubble eye wears marble-size, fluid-filled eye sacs like water wings.
  • Home I went seeing as I didn't have my water wings with me.
  • The children use water wings to keep themselves up in the water while they're learning to swim.
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