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
At 6-foot-6 and with a 7-foot wingspan, Ntilikina has the length that is an excellent fit for where the NBA is going at the point guard position.
That’s one of the perils that go along with having a tantalizingly talented 6-foot-11 frame with a 7-4 wingspan.
Fox attacks on his own, crouching, extending his arms and that 6-6 wingspan, moving his feet in unison with his opponent’s.
The roughly $80,000 machine had a wingspan of 7 feet and resembled a stealth bomber.
At the same time, his journal was a repository of constant measurements, minute and expansive: of the depth of streams, the wingspan of a moth, the number of bubbles trapped beneath the frozen surface of the pond.
These large bats — with wingspans of over 3.3 feet (1 m) — have been thought to damage durian flowers, but there is little evidence that this is the case.
Mikal Bridges has a wingspan that allows him to play bigger than 6-foot-7.
Among them: California Condor: The largest flying birds in North America (wingspan: 10 feet), condors almost disappeared in the 1980s, when fewer than two-dozen existed.
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