Examples of winged in a Sentence
birds and other winged creatures
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Her ability to attract birds and penchant for feeding her winged pals helped make her one-acre plot a visual paradise made more enjoyable because of her always-full liquor cabinet and cheese-and-pepperoni stocked fridge.
And its artistry would have done any Egyptian proud, with etchings of falcon heads, winged gods, and a head of pharaonic gravity.
To create the viral neon look, Zank started off by painting on the outline for the orange winged shape with a small brush before filling it in.
The tapered concealer brush is designed for setting cover up, cleaning up mistakes made when filling in eyebrows or attempting matching winged eyeliner for the sixth time, and for patting on lipstick for a stained look.
The time this past fall when Benson went duck hunting at the horse farm in Paris, Kentucky, and, while aiming at a winged target, unwittingly rained buck shot onto the heads of the unsuspecting Bensel and Lauscha in the field below.
Now envision Culpepper riding on Pegasus, the mythological winged horse, and throwing a spear down on midfield, heralding UCF’s arrival on the college football map.
Expect original costumes and props from the Triwizard tournament, a Beauxbatons carriage (winged horses included), and even a glimpse of Tom Riddle’s grave.
The winged insect bores into plants and sucks the sap from within them, significantly damaging or killing them.
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Definition of winged for English Language Learners
: having wings
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