[ US /ˈwɪŋɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪŋɡɐ/ ]
  1. (sports) player in wing position
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How To Use winger In A Sentence

  • A business tycoon, arts patron and committed left-winger, Berge opted to sell the collection amassed over a lifetime after Saint Laurent's death last June aged 71.
  • He was a right-footed left winger, a prolific scorer who cut in from the wing with pace and superb dribbling skills. Times, Sunday Times
  • The only use he serves as a coach is that his nose just about crosses the touchline when he's sat in the dugout, so there's every chance he'll be able to trip up a tricky winger with his conk.
  • Police called up water cannon to combat violent left-wingers in the capital.
  • The forwards also seemed intent on glory as several rolling mauls were stopped dead in their tracks when the wingers were standing idle and unmarked on the flanks.
  • I have now found an email from another swingers' website on his iPad. The Sun
  • Such away swingers have beaten the best batsmen from both teams.
  • The word, as in Spanish, means cross, appropriate for the son of one of the best wingers in the sport.
  • Wilco, you are bemoaning the response to Blair… I interpret the show me the links the same as I interpret the Show me the links when a right winger posts some far out “factoidal” information here. Think Progress » ThinkFast: January 16, 2007
  • I remember talking to a former playing colleague of yours at Preston, right-winger Les Campbell.
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