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
The aircraft has a 38.8-meter wingspan and four turboprop engines.
With a 7-foot-9 wingspan, the freshman changes the way teams play near the rim.
The Nazca booby can reach 32 inches in length, and have a wingspan that’s 62 inches wide.
The latter boasts a 6-9 wingspan and chiseled frame; the former is a Texas high school triple jump champion capable of skimming his fingers over the top of a regulation backboard.
There are yellow bats and red bats, bats that slurp flowers and bats that drain cows, bats no bigger than a bumblebee and bats with wingspans that exceed 5 feet.
One of the world’s largest birds with a wingspan up to 10 feet, the condor once patrolled the sky from Mexico to British Columbia.
That's because the 7-footer has an incredible wingspan and the shot-blocking potential of previous Wildcats' rim protectors Anthony Davis, Nerlens Noel and Willie Cauley-Stein.
According to its website, the most popular Red Bull Air Race planes in the Master Class are Edge 540s, which are 20.7-foot-long machines with a 24.4-foot wingspan.
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