Definition of winged in English:

winged

Syllabification: winged
Pronunciation: /wiNGd
 
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adjective

  • 1Having wings for flight: the earliest winged insects
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    • It was hardly the stuff of Johnny Wilkinson - much more the flight of a winged pheasant, but they all count!
    • They saw winged figures take flight before them.
    • The pair provided a steady supply of food, mostly winged insects - bees, dragonflies and wasps - to their young and presented many photo opportunities.
  • 2Having one or more lateral parts, appendages, or projections: those eyeglasses with the winged frames were very popular
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    • She leaned the broom against the wall and began wiping down the picture frames and the wood on the two winged back chairs that sat in the room.
    • Beckham could be found sometimes on the other wing to beg the question as to whether that winged cross on the back of his neck contained a magnet which Austrian boss Hans Krankl was manipulating to drag the England leader out of position.
    • They require 700 costumes, some winged wonders more than 20 feet high.

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