I slept through the lecture so when the quiz came, I had to wing it.
by R. Allemann November 3, 2003
To do something on the spot or without preparation.
Batman: We'll wing it...

That's a bat-pun.
by kittens Σ:3 July 7, 2014
To do something without preparing for it, like writing an exam without studying or playing football without a strategy.
by tony chen March 28, 2007
To do something and hope the shit doesn't hit the fan.
My hair is greasy, but I have to go to Kerry's house in half an hour so I decided to just wing it and wear a hat.
by FaTbee July 17, 2005
to pass or throw something to someone
wing us that hotdog?
wing it over here.
wing us another beer!
by dug October 21, 2006
The most beautiful, nice, loyal girl you could ever met! If you ever met a wing wing in life, don’t miss you chance cause you will regret it forever!
That girl over there is an angel, she is such a wing wing.
by Yoboy62847 January 12, 2020
One of many contrived words that can be used when real words just aren't good enough.
This example uses the action verb form of the contrived word winge.

He's been whinging about the cold weather all day. Duh!!!
by Chas501 November 7, 2007