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  1. Winging

    of Wing

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. National Intelligence James Clapper:

    What his long term plan is, I don't think he has one, i think he is kind of winging this day to day.

  2. Barbara McKirdy:

    It was wonderful, we had no itinerary starting out, we had only two spots planned. We were kind of winging it.

  3. Tim Hodge:

    We're kind of winging it really, thank God all these neighbors have come in. We would have never been able to even do half the stuff we had without them.

  4. Marne L. Kilates:

    “Poet Aberjhani, founder of the unique networking site, Creative Thinkers International, comes back to our pages as the traveler-poet who, winging through the cosmos, finds something we think we already know but often forget.”


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