winglike : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s resembling a wing in shape or position
- For the plant, better known as "the winged bean" because of the four winglike flanges on its pod, is now regarded as a great green hope among the experts who worry about new .
- A small key example is Painting, 1938, with its excited rush and pressure of winglike shapes inside the pasty background field, dragged and churned but incompletely described by .
- Two great skyscrapers are gone, but other great buildings were erected, such as Santiago Calatrava's winglike art museum in Milwaukee, a celebration of light, beauty and space.