Webster 1913 Edition
Furnished with wings; transported by flying; having winglike expansions.
Soaring with wings, or as if with wings; hence, elevated; lofty; sublime.
wingedthe sentiment that virtue is to be followed for its own sake.
J. S. Harford.
Swift; rapid.“Bear this sealed brief with winged haste to the lord marshal.”
Wounded or hurt in the wing.
Furnished with a leaflike appendage, as the fruit of the elm and the ash, or the stem in certain plants; alate.
Represented with wings, or having wings, of a different tincture from the body.
Fanned with wings; swarming with birds.“The winged air darked with plumes.”
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Furnished with wings; transported by flying.
2.a. Having wings; as a winged fowl. Genesis 1.
3.Swift; rapid; as with winged haste.
5.In botany, furnished with longitudinal membranous appendages, as a winged stalk or stem; or with downy or hairy appendages, as winged seeds.
Winged petiole, having a thing membrane or border on each side, or dilated on the sides.
Winged leaf, a pennate leaf; a species of compound leaf, wherein a simple leaf has several leaflets fastened to each side of it.
6.In heraldry, represented with wings, or having wings of a different color from the body.
7.Fanned with wings; swarming with birds.