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a moth's delicate wings
The bird flapped its wings excitedly.
the east/main wing
He works in the psychiatric wing of the hospital.
I'm a member of the Libertarian Party's youth wing.
The small conservation group is under the wing of the United Nations.
There was already someone waiting in the wings when he retired.
It's time for him to leave home and stretch his wings.
Jose took Alison under his wing during her first weeks.
This is the American English definition of wing. View British English definition of wing.