Examples of winged in a Sentence
birds and other winged creatures
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The big showcase destination, the lost city of Atlantis, has been converted to a casino, where winged beasts and dark lords sit dead-eyed in front of flashing slot machines.
Other sightings around the Cape included 2 blue-winged warblers at Scusset Beach State Reservation in Sandwich, a clapper rail and a seaside sparrow at Sandy Neck in Barnstable, a sora in North Truro, and 2 Northern fulmars at sea east of Truro.
This bird was later joined by a bunny swinging in a hammock down the street and winged creatures floating around a barn on the adjoining street.
An amphitheater hosts a Birds of Prey show, where hawks, owls and other winged predators swoop over the audience.
And with the influx of winged creatures, its attempts to chimb up a pole to get a snack has lessened.
The library closes before nightfall, which is when the winged creatures make their nightly migration between the stacks and the palace’s gardens.
The appearance of a bird, and then a dragonfly, caused them to jerk their heads in unison and follow the flight path in the sky until the winged creatures disappeared from view.
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Definition of winged for English Language Learners
: having wings
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