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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Birds, Insects
wingedwinged /wɪŋd/ adjective  HBBHBIhaving wings winged insects
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wingedFor instance, the true flies have one pair of wings while winged aphids have two pairs.Beneath winged brows his deep-set eyes seemed to stare unnervingly into hers.Any winged craft has got to do better than Mach 5 to get into space.Like them, their bodies do not have a waist and the young larvae are markedly similar to the adult winged form.In particular, both were depicted as multi-headed winged serpents.The arch spandrels are decorated by figures of winged victory and personifications of rivers.I entered one full of nuns, their winged white coifs illuminating the dim interior, making it like a candle-lit church.
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