Thesaurus / wing-tip
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Old travellers used to make them out to be twenty-five or thirty feet from wing-tip to wing-tip; but they do reach the size I say.
REAL GOLDGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
But there came no answer, and mounting to the wing-tip, Joan following, Jim saw a sight that froze him with horror.
SPAWN OF THE COMETHAROLD THOMPSON RICH
Wash-out—A decreasing angle of incidence of a surface towards its wing-tip.
This danger was greatly alleviated when the wing-tip flares were invented.
And when it is big enough to reach from 'wing-tip to wing-tip' you'll find that she has grown to be just like a real mother.
MISS SANTA CLAUS OF THE PULLMANANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
But a feeling, warm and tender that he could not explain, seemed to cover him "from wing-tip to wing-tip!"
MISS SANTA CLAUS OF THE PULLMANANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Wash-in—An increasing angle of incidence of a surface towards its wing-tip.
First on one wing-tip, and then on the other, we corkscrewed dizzily down.
Of the remaining six shots but one was effective—breaking the wing-tip of a young female, which was secured for a live decoy.
The English youth swung around right after him, and in wing-tip formation they headed toward the southeast.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.