wing (one's)/its way

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wing (one's)/its way

To fly or move at a very rapid rate. If it's dark enough, you can see satellites winging their way around the planet. We just didn't want to take so long to drive, so we're winging our way to see you instead—we'll be there tomorrow!
See also: way, wing

ˈwing your/its way (to...)

go or be sent somewhere very quickly: An invitation to the wedding will be winging its way to you very soon.
See also: way, wing
References in classic literature ?
A mole throwing up its mound at the end of its burrow and making its way out at last with the long-nailed paws which looked so like elfish hands, had absorbed him one whole morning.
This view of the isms as spectra, however, is not making its way effectively into literature survey classrooms.
The researchers speculate that one half began emitting higher-intensity X-rays as it shoved its way into a denser region of interstellar gas and dust -- toward the center of the Milky Way -- while the other half released less X-ray energy because it collided with fewer particles during its expansion.
To be successfully socialized into a self-consciously reality-constructing social group, an individual is therefore required to fully master the group's concept of knowledge and its ways of getting and evaluating knowledge.