14:003:011 And the wings of the cherubims were twenty cubits long: one wing of the one cherub was five cubits, reaching to the wall of the house: and the other wing was likewise five cubits, reaching to the wing of the other cherub.
Its wings are thin slices of Bread-and-butter, its body is a crust, and its head is a lump of sugar.’
The half-ruined wing on the left (as you approach the house) was once a place of residence standing by itself, and was built in the fourteenth century.
He desired eagerly thus to fly, who cried, saying, Oh that I had wings like a dove, for then would I flee away and be at rest.
My own was in the same wing as Baskerville’s and almost next door to it.
"FAIRY WINGS.--The wings are a feature that one would hardly expect to find in conjunction with arms.
The opposite corridor was seldom used, for the left-hand wing was the oldest portion of the house, and in the march of years too many legends had gathered about it.
These two wings became two separate parties, both calling themselves “Russian Social Democratic Labour Party,” and both professing to be Marxians.
Thus, the bat's wing is a most abnormal structure in the class mammalia; but the rule would not here apply, because there is a whole group of bats having wings; it would apply only if some one species of bat had its wings developed in some remarkable manner in comparison with the other species of the same genus.
Then look round and thou wilt see a griffin, winged like bird, sitting by the Red Sea; jump on to his back with thy beloved one as quickly as possible, and he will carry you over the waters to your home.
Upon the mantel-shelf before him was a time-piece, surmounted by a spread eagle, and upon the eagle's wings was the letter Bathsheba had sent.
Nearer and nearer sailed the rocking flame, two enormous wings was the shape of it, with something dark between them.
I have sometimes disturbed a fishhawk sitting on a white-pine over the water; but I doubt if it is ever profaned by the wing of a gull, like Fair Haven.
those wide wings were flame, floods of pulsing flame that flew upon the tormented air.