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
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Puerto Princesa City - With their dusky crowns, napes, shadowy eye stripes, bluish-gray mandibles, thin brown legs, and rusty cinnamon-colored heads and necks radiating under the heat of the golden morning sun, nearly two dozen Philippine ducks (Anas luzonica) can be seen frolicking and winging their ways over Lake Manguao in the once monarch-ruled town of Taytay in northern Palawan.
They seem to be dropping like flies, and if the grapevine is to be believed there are some more P45s winging their ways as you read this.