Definition of wingstroke in English:

wingstroke

Syllabification: wing·stroke
Pronunciation: /ˈwiNGˌstrōk
 
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noun

  • another term for wingbeat.
    More example sentences
    • The droning of its wingstrokes as it flitted from flower to flower fell upon the ear as a token of content.
    • Thermals save a flyer from having to use precious stamina on wingstrokes to gain altitude.
    • In no other species of katydid or cricket does an individual's past history affect its wingstroke rate or its phrasing.

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