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This year, we’ll just need to keep such tailgating to a handful of distanced friends, like the times the skiers on staff at Outside would grill wings and sip reposado each spring during the Don’t Close Brah gathering at Ski Santa Fe.

Understanding the gliding biomechanics of colugos might help in the design of robotics and wing technology, Byrnes says.

If Bogdanovic finds a different home, Milwaukee will need to reconsider its options and search for another starting-caliber wing.

Digna Strautmane and Emily Engstler, both versatile wings, and forward Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi are another year more experienced.

In cities, some species of birds have evolved shorter wings, which help them dodge traffic.

But she's really winging across the country on a private jet.

His attitude was one of hopeless resignation as he looked toward a distant bird winging its flight away from him.

As if in gratitude, a bird came winging out of the orchard behind her, and dipped his breast and bill in the water.

And now she sees that it is not really a star, but a little company of angels winging their way together to earth.

And remembering what had summoned the flitter winging toward him, Raf drew a deep breath.

A few moments later the airplanes came winging back to their mother ship.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to winging, such as: aerial, floating, soaring, drifting, express, and flapping.

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