Examples of winged in a Sentence
birds and other winged creatures
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Mothman has that, plus Richard Gere, plus Laura Linney, PLUS a giant winged moth demon.
Occasionally, in the summer, a friend of my father would pick us up on a Sunday in his white Oldsmobile convertible with big winged tails and drive us up to the Arrowhead Springs Hotel.
But unlike a lot of her cover stories in the past (even her most recent Fader appearance), Grande is missing a few things... namely, her famous ponytail, winged liner, and maybe even her signature spray tan.
In protest, the Boston Gazette, a Federalist newspaper that strenuously opposed Mr. Gerry, published a cartoon morphing an Essex County senate district onto a winged and clawed salamander.
And in what was perhaps the most lavish illustration of this predilection, McGrath anointed seven models at Prada with dramatic multihued swoops, further decorated with Swarovski-crystal studs, turning their orbs into dazzling winged victories.
The largest seizure of fighting birds in US history came last year in Val Verde, Calif., when authorities recovered nearly 7,000 winged combatants in a remote canyon area, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control.
IndyStar is keeping an eye on our winged friends Downtown.
Inside, the skeleton of a great winged pteranodon hangs suspended from the ceiling.
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Definition of winged for English Language Learners
: having wings
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