How to use Wing in a sentence as a noun

This guy was very important on the wing - he had a crew of other guys who walked around with him and people often came to pay him.

I was a middle class white kid with a great education who got obsessed with hacking and document security as a teenager and went down for figuring out how to perfectly replicate the driving license, thus throwing away many of the advantages that luck, society and my parents had given me.

I could be wrong, but I think I remember the peak to peak bending at the wing-tip was in the order of ten stories.

I'd literally scan right wing talk radio schedules for his name because you just knew it would be a great show.

Truglia got so fed up with the politicised statistics coming out of Canada, which he felt were calling his own research into question, that he took the extraordinary step of issuing a special commentary clarifying that Canadas spending was not out of control, and he even aimed some veiled shots at the dodgy math practiced by right-wing think tanks.

The 10th Amendment Center is associated with right wing causes like nullifying Obamacare or gun control regulations.

How to use Wing in a sentence as a verb

It always has been, and remains, foolhardy for founders to wing it in this area once they get beyond the very early positioning parts of their ventures.

Of course the newspapers and journalists involved have their own opinions, but trying to reduce those opinions to left wing or libertarian or whatever other labels you care to apply does nothing to elucidate how they have affected the presentation of the information.

Greenwald for example has been labelled extreme left-wing, libertarian, extreme right-wing and everything in between, but I think he's really interested in privacy and surveillance, not joining the left-wing or right-wing club and hating the other side.

He belongs to the right-wing judicial camp that believes the constitution means what it says.

There is a rich and diverse right-wing ideological taxonomy.

Wing definitions


a movable organ for flying (one of a pair)


one of the horizontal airfoils on either side of the fuselage of an airplane


a stage area out of sight of the audience

See also: offstage backstage


a unit of military aircraft


the side of military or naval formation; "they attacked the enemy's right flank"

See also: flank


a hockey player stationed in a forward position on either side


(in flight formation) a position to the side and just to the rear of another aircraft


a group within a political party or legislature or other organization that holds distinct views or has a particular function; "they are the progressive wing of the Republican Party"


the wing of a fowl; "he preferred the drumsticks to the wings"


a barrier that surrounds the wheels of a vehicle to block splashing water or mud; "in Britain they call a fender a wing"

See also: fender


an addition that extends a main building

See also: annex annexe extension


travel through the air; be airborne; "Man cannot fly"