wing-shaped

ADJECTIVE
  1. having or resembling wings
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How To Use wing-shaped In A Sentence

  • Its name comes from a word meaning dovelike, because of its wing-shaped flower, and thus it becomes a botanical emblem of the Holy Ghost. A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art
  • Last Friday at noon, the wing-shaped brise-soleil that soars atop architect Santiago Calatrava's pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum closed and opened again. An All-Too-Bloodless Coup
  • The piece is based on a flock of birds in flight - long white poles support wing-shaped metal triangles in a curved line which echoes the movement of a flock.
  • Begonia is the orange of the husband and wife, were wing-shaped, like an angel in the flower growing up.
  • On a background of softest seafoam, with a wing-shaped fin worked in shades of fuschia, periwinkle and teal, she is a part of the mysterious, impetuous sea captured forever on canvas.
  • Last Friday at noon, the wing-shaped brise-soleil that soars atop architect Santiago Calatrava's pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum closed and opened again. An All-Too-Bloodless Coup
  • In the spinet, the strings run obliquely away from the player, producing a wing-shaped case, or a trapezoid case in smaller instruments.
  • On a background of softest seafoam, with a wing-shaped fin worked in shades of fuschia, periwinkle and teal, she is a part of the mysterious, impetuous sea captured forever on canvas.
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