leather-winged love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having leathery wings, as a bat.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Stop showing off, you leather-winged nitwit,” Milo commanded.

    Master of Mirrors

  • But I expect that wild, leather-winged, flaming monkeys from hell, will fly out of my ass before this happens.

    REPUBLICANS ROBBED OUR PENSIONS!

  • Against this cloud of leather-winged horrors, there are few organized forces of opposition.

    Boing Boing: December 1, 2002 - December 7, 2002 Archives

  • But if she was to be believed, any attempt to strike her with anything more edifying than words would result in the intervention of that slimy, leather-winged pet of hers.

    Flinx's Folly

  • The sea was a vast blanket, and that very vastness was comforting, no threat to the great, leather-winged flier.

    The Dragons of Chaos

  • The elders had a story of a time just before Caswallon was born, when a leather-winged flying creature had appeared in the mountains, killing sheep and even calves.

    The Hawk Eternal

  • Keiko turned to pick up the net-and shrieked A leather-winged shape zipped past, skimmed the top of the tank, then flapped off with Kit's lunch.

    Time Scout

  • By midmorning, the sky above Abri was dark with the wings of dragons and griffins, gigantic bats, and leather-winged birds of prey that swooped down on the Patryns from above.

    Into the Labyrinth

  • The numbers of shrieking leather-winged birds increased.

    Into the Labyrinth

  • I bestrode a great, leather-winged being under a lowering sky.

    The Shadow of the Torturer

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