one of a pair of swinging doors (as at the entrance to a western saloon)
formed or shaped like a bat's wing
- Large bat wings unfurl from her back, and she lets out a short gaspas she cracks a small whip against her milky thigh.
- Through it, he could see fantastic things on the moon, including pyramids, blue unicorns and human-like creatures with bat wings.
- Spedding and his colleagues think that the unique aerodynamic wake signatures of bat wings are caused by different mechanical operations in the upstroke of the wingbeat.
- Spedding said the findings are just the beginning of an exciting research program to make detailed measurements of bat wings and add to a growing body of data about bat flight.
- The membrane of a bat's wing is interdigital.
- The lark's on the wing, the snail's on the horn.