- having wings.
- rapid; swift.
Origin of wingy
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Ginger and Wingy get off with the option, and, though the fine is heavy, it is paid.The Rising of the Court
Saying this, he took hold of an old tin pot, turned it bottom uppermost, and seated himself next to Wingy.
"I believe that I have seen your face before," said Wingy quietly, and looking the stranger full in the face.
A moment she posed thus, beyond doubt a being capable of expounding all wingy mysteries of any soul whatsoever.Bunker Bean</p>
Harry Leon Wilson