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Anything great, wild, or excessive. Usually used in the form "a winger of a…." Mary and I had a winger of a fight over the finances last night. We were expecting a winger of a party, but it turned out to be pretty lame.
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and wing-ding
1. n. a love affair; a sexual affair. Sam and Martha brought their little whing-ding to an end.
2. n. a gadget. I’ve never seen one of these little wing-dings so banged up.
3. and whinger n. a wild drinking party; drinking spree. Fred had one of the best whing-dings this town has ever seen.


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