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Adjective: winged  wingd
  1. Very fast; as if with wings
    "on winged feet"
  2. Having wings or as if having wings of a specified kind
    "the winged feet of Mercury"
Verb: wing  wing
  1. Travel through the air; be airborne
    - fly
  2. [informal] Move or travel very quickly
    - rush, hotfoot, hasten, hie [archaic], speed, race, pelt along [informal], rush along, bucket along [informal], belt along [informal], step on it [informal], travel rapidly, hurry, zip [informal], zoom, zoom along, whizz [informal], whizz along [informal], bucket [informal], pelt [informal], barrel [informal], rocket [informal], belt [informal]
  3. Propel through the air
    - throw
  4. [informal] Perform without preparation
    "he winged a speech at the wedding";
    - improvise, improvize [non-standard], ad-lib, extemporize, extemporise [Brit], wing it [informal]
  5. Injure slightly (as with a gunshot), especially in the arm or leg
  6. 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

Antonym: wingless

Encyclopedia: Winged

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