- adj. having the characteristics of a wing
- adj. resembling a wing in shape or position
“I thought, that I had ever seen -- brushed with a kind of winglike grace every object they encountered.”
“With a dip in the dark standing-seam metal, the roof gets a winglike lift that, underlit at dusk, conjures a certain blackbird.”
“Still spinning, Tally hung from the board for a moment, until its winglike shape stabilized her.”
“Neuman at birth, with red, cowlicky hair and winglike ears.”
“Designed by architect Moshe Safdie, it is already an instantly recognizable structure -- a 150,000-square-foot, five-story white building with what appear to be winglike structures drooping off its roof.”
“It might be as little as a vivid, all but fluorescent ribbon of orange about the biceps-plus, of course, the sporran-or it might be as much as baggy pantaloons, tremendous winglike collars, steeple hats, platform sandals-there was no end to them, and, except for the ones who walked in pairs, there was no similarity between any of them except in the beauty of their colors and the richness and variety of the fabrics.”
“Only the pale green eyes softened the savage image she presented, standing there nervously by the side of a building that seemed to swoop winglike above them in the mist.”
“By the way, various fossils, and some modern examples, are known of insects showing a third pair of winglike structures, in front of the regular two pairs.”
“Dawn sent it to me thinking I would enjoy the winglike pockets -- and she thought right.”
“Others find them bizarre-looking, with their opposable fingers, squirrelly appearance, and the winglike membrane that, when spread, resembles a furry little cape.”
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