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Adj.1.winglike - resembling a wing in shape or position
winged - having wings or as if having wings of a specified kind; "the winged feet of Mercury";
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The fish, with venomous, winglike fins and spines, was first sighted in the Mediterranean in 1991, then not again until 2012 off the coast of southern Lebanon.
The hatchback's wedgelike lower portion includes a lip spoiler while the upper window of our tester flouted a winglike extension.
Winglike sheets of skin stretched from their cheeks to their legs and tails.
On the outside of the wrist, I follow the bone all the way up to the elbow, where it joins another, winglike, in a sharp point.
Attached to the top of the bucket are two wide, winglike bones called ilia, jutting out from either side of the tailbone.
The block is commonly known as the "butterfly lot" because it contains a two-level parking structure with a winglike second deck.
Sharples' burst down the righthand side put the hosts' rearguard under pressure before Billy Burns spotted a gap and offloaded to prop Afoa, whose winglike support line enabled him to cross the whitewash.
Take the front end which, as well as a redesigned bumper, got a more pronounced GTC-like lower grille, while the upper grille got a more prominent winglike chrome bar and the option of LED daytime running lights.
Now you can't see it at all from above." Called Hawk House, the 7- by 9-foot structure has salvaged redwood bark on the walls--naturally fire-resistant--and winglike doors on either end, to let the breezes through.
Winglike panels extend from the spine like leaves of a book catching a draft of air, while the fringed rectrices of the wall-mounted work's lower anatomy dangle below them..
A study of the recently discovered species, Mercuriceratops Gemini, provides more details on this flashy dinosaur which possessed not only the standard trifecta of facial horns but also a giant, winglike frill protruding from the back of its skull, Live Science reported.
These marine snails are also called "sea butterflies" because of their winglike swimming appendages.