wing[ wing ]SEE DEFINITION OF wing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WING
Mr. Wing is an American-born Chinese and practises the profession of a valet.
So let the little angels sing: This child is safe beneath our wing.
He understood everything and he was resolved that his wing should not be broken.
If we can wing another they're likely to let us alone and we can go on.
Without it he is helpless, lost at sea, wing broken, crippled in business.
He still held her by the wing, and they lay on the ground and looked at each other.
He held on to the wing and growled between his tight-clenched teeth.
He swayed on the wing runway, and I slid to the door and stood watching.
Hardly would the thing have made a wing of the manor house at Chaynes-Wotten.
At meals she sat beside the Purser, and seemed more or less under his wing.