Adjective: winged wingd
Verb: wing wing
- Having wings or as if having wings of a specified kind
"the winged feet of Mercury"
- Very fast; as if with wings
"on winged feet"
- Travel through the air; be airborne
- Propel through the air
- [informal] Perform without preparation
"he winged a speech at the wedding";
- improvise, improvize [non-standard], ad-lib, extemporize, extemporise [Brit], wing it [informal]
- Injure slightly (as with a gunshot), especially in the arm or leg
- Bring down a bird by shooting in the wing
See also: alar, alary, alate, alated, aliform, batwing, brachypterous, fast, one-winged, pinioned, short-winged, slender-winged, small-winged, volant, winglike, wing-shaped
Type of: do, execute, go, impel, locomote, move, perform, propel, travel
Encyclopedia: Winged Wing, Buckinghamshire Wing Wing, ND Wing, Rutland Wing, North Dakota