What does the idiom you spread your wings as a new nation mean?
It means that a nation is coming into it's power. This isn't an idiom. It's a metaphor comparing the nation to some sort of bird just spreading its wings to fly. You can tell the difference because you can figure out the meaning by context - idioms make no sense even if you try to define each word. To spread one's wings means to begin to fly, as a baby bird does when it leaves the nest. So "we...spread our wings as...
What are descriptive phrases used to describe a star-spangle story?
We... Spread our wings as a new nation.
Asked in Famous Quotations
What part of mass media helped unify the nation and spread new ideas with its playing of popular music?
because the monkeys like it
Asked in Definitions
What does for thou wilt lie upon the wings of night whiter then new snow upon a ravens back mean?
what does for thou wilt lie upon the wings of night whiter than new snow upon a ravens back ...
Asked in Nintendo DS, Super Mario Brothers
Where can Mario get wings in in new Super Mario Brothers?
u cant get wings in it =(
Asked in Science
Would this help or hurt plant's ability to spread to new places?
You are not being very clear....would what help or hurt plant's ability to spread to new places? I don't know what you mean when you say would this. ...
Asked in Arizona, California, New Mexico
What was the goal of expansionists in regard to Texas New Mexico and California?
They sought Manifest Destiny. A nation that spread from Sea to Shining Sea, and nothing less would satisfy them. ...
Asked in New York, New York City
Why was new york city important to the new nation?
New York City is important to the new nation because they get along.
Asked in Whiskey Rebellion
How did the whiskey rebellion impact the new nation?
Specify, do you mean, in the 1920's prohibition, were alcohol was illegal? ...
Does the Kakapo fly?
The kakapo of New Zealand cannot fly. It is the world's only flightless parrot. At most, it can only spread its wings to glide from a higher point to a lower point for a short distance. ...
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
After independence was won where did the new nation turn its interests?
It depends on which new nation we are talking about.
Asked in Technology
How can the spread of new ideas lead to cultural change?
it can spread new ideas by cultural diffusion.
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Judaism
How did German nationalism make Jews outsiders in the new nation of Germany?
It was not a new nation, it was a nation new to democracy. They excluded the Jews by taking away their German citizenship. ...
Asked in New Guinea
What does the bird mean on the papua new guinea flag?
The bird on th Papa New Guinea flag is the bird of paradise and it symbolizes Papa New Guineas emergence as a nation. ...
Asked in US Coins
Is a 1921 silvee dollar worth anything?
If you mean a silver dollar. Two different types of silver dollars were issued in 1921 with very different values. This was the last year for Morgan dollars and the first year for Peace dollars. The simplest way to tell the two apart is on the reverse of a Peace dollar the eagle is standing on a rock with its wings folded, the Morgan has the wings spread out. Please post a new question with more information. ...