The Wonder, wing-and-wing, was headed directly in for the anchorage.
In a couple of hours we were entering the bay, and running "wing-and-wing."
The wind was pretty fresh from the westward, and he went off wing-and-wing before it.
In "wing-and-wing" the hero had been discarded because he was a thorough infidel.
Still, when last seen, she was wing-and-wing, flying rather than sailing down toward their own track.
"wing-and-wing" was published at twenty-five cents a volume.
In "wing-and-wing," which followed it, the fortune of a French privateer is told.
It was the only vestige that was ever found of the wing-and-wing.