wings

[ US /ˈwɪŋz/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪŋz/ ]
NOUN
  1. stylized bird wings worn as an insignia by qualified pilots or air crew members
  2. a means of flight or ascent
    necessity lends wings to inspiration
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How To Use wings In A Sentence

  • The 27 models on display in Washington, supplemented by paintings, drawings, sculpture and medallions, show the products of a rising social structure and new technique.
  • Some experienced foreign jumpers displayed hand-in-hand group jumping, wingsuit jumping and somersaults during free fall; all the risky stunts thrilled the audience.
  • Figures for income, gross profit, salaries, motor expenses, drawings etc are fed into the Revenue computer system.
  • At twenty thousand meters, with the pods still traveling at a high velocity, parachutes billowed out from the same boxes that had contained the glider wings.
  • It is written in Attic Greek, with much studiedly antithetical rhetoric and frequent verbal borrowings from the classical authors.
  • What was supposedly impossible, rapid large swings in currency values, became an almost everyday event.
  • Her great wings beat restlessly against her back as she waited for the others to join her.
  • '' Then I got about 30 swings with the regular bat and it felt pretty much the same as swinging the fungo, which is obviously a good sign. '', who had surgery to repair a tendon in his right middle finger Aug. 14, visited his doctor in Arizona on Thursday and remains on schedule to return by late September. Tsn.ca Top Stories RSS
  • Another dream tells of an encounter with a being who held four keys, and bore the wings of a kingfisher.
  • The original building consisted of a wide perimeter block bisected by a pair of transverse wings to form three narrow internal patios.
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