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winged

[ wingd or, especially Literary, wing-id ]
/ wɪŋd or, especially Literary, ˈwɪŋ ɪd /
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adjective
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Origin of winged

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at wing, -ed3

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British Dictionary definitions for winged

winged
/ (wɪŋd) /

adjective
furnished with wingswinged god; winged horse
flying straight and true as if by wingwinged words
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