OTHER WORDS FROM winglesswing·less·ness, noun
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After a few weeks, her offspring hatch, and wingless males mate with winged females, then chew an exit tunnel that allows the females to fly to another fig and repeat the process.
When one designer randomly drew a picture of round, wingless birds with bushy eyebrows, they knew they had an idea.
The latter family includes both winged and wingless forms, the Book-mites belonging to the latter category.
They are wingless, usually with simple eyes, and clothed with scales, and undergo no metamorphosis.
A third of the rarest moths of the collection for the man of India were antennaless, legless, wingless, and often headless.A Girl Of The Limberlost|Gene Stratton Porter
On one of these leaves he placed a plant-louse, which was born under his own eyes, of a wingless mother.The Insect World|Louis Figuier
Most of these insects, which we find so abundant upon our trees, are wingless females.American Pomology|J. A. Warder