Examples of wingspan in a Sentence
The hawk has a wingspan of about three feet.
a plane with a 200-foot wingspan
Recent Examples of wingspan from the Web
Bamba’s 7-foot, 10-inch wingspan is the largest measured at the combine since at least 2000.
One of Scaled’s 15 current projects is building Stratolaunch, a plane with an all-new composite airframe, a 385-foot wingspan, six Boeing 747 engines and two fuselages.
Stratolaunch Systems is planning to conduct the first flight of the largest airplane in the world by wingspan sometime this summer, as reported by Space News.
Wade said of Adebayo, who was measued at 6 feet, 10 inches with a 39 1/2 inch vertical leap and a 7-foot, 3-inch wingspan at the NBA Draft Combine.
Again Nevada, which plays a rotation of players 6-foot-7 or shorter, Bamba’s 6-11 stature and 7-9 wingspan will be of monumental importance.
Wiseman plopped down his 7-foot frame down and tucked his arms — the ones that boast a 7-foot-4 wingspan — under his chin.
The 6-foot-10 Angolan with a 7-4 wingspan averaged 10.3 points, 6.5 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game as a freshman.
Thomas is long despite his 6-foot-4 frame (his wingspan stretches past 6-10).
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WINGSPAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wingspan for English Language Learners
: the distance from the tip of one wing of a bird or airplane to the tip of the other wing
WINGSPAN Defined for Kids
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