winged

[ wingd or, esp. Literary, wing-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF winged

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WINGED

And the third time I said, 'Behold the winged separates from that which hath no wings.'

The voice again said, 'Behold the winged separates from that which hath no wings!'

But in the meadow all around the sacred place was a city of winged tents.

He gave him a cap with wings at either side, and winged sandals.

It was because of her loss that she paid no attention to the winged bolt of the sky.

In addition there were countless magic birds who winged above it and sang.

Silently, understandingly, they winged onward into the morning light.

And let the figure be composite—a pair of winged horses and a charioteer.

What is our life but an endless flight of winged facts or events?

The winged things of the Moon knew of it; they had cast him to his death—him and the girl.

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