- resembling a wing.
Origin of winglike
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Could that winglike envelopment be her gray woollen shawl, tossed by the wind?A Noble Woman
Ann S. Stephens
The gates are ornamented with the heads of monsters, especially lions with large ears and winglike expansions at the side.
The hair is stretched over a broad, winglike frame and three hours are required for its arrangement.The Old World and Its Ways
William Jennings Bryan
The waist, called camisa, is made with winglike sleeves and a stiff kerchief-like collar, named panuela.The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines
There is a winglike process on one side and a spine, which projects lateroventrally, on the other side of the tip.Genera and Subgenera of Chipmunks
John A. White