Thesaurus / winged

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

In 2012, the same team of researchers speculated in Ichnos that the bipedal Haman tracks might have been made by pterosaurs, winged reptiles that lived alongside dinosaurs.
There was a great deal of heart-burning, and the camp was the prey of winged rumours, most of them discouraging ones.
The three slabs to the right of the winged lions on entering, were occupied by a highly curious representation of a battle.
And when the third seal was broken, another of the winged animals bellowed like a thunder clap, "Come and see!"
Though he were winged and swift of flight, the unwary one who approaches the ambush is lost.
The air was filled with winged seeds, sailing away off here and away off there, and going I do not know where.
Every one is acquainted with this little bird; lively, pert, and cunning, the true gamin of the winged race.
REPTILES AND BIRDSLOUIS FIGUIER
He looked up, to see Alice Frome, caught gloriously in the wind like a winged Victory.
THE VISION SPENDIDWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Moist situations are most congenial, as among the plants that effect them it finds its winged food.
The gods had turned to flies and the winged bulls had become like mice.

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