The expression has been used since the 1970s and is often used as a winged word with regard to other teams and circumstances.
Taylor concluded that, "More than any other man of that period, Jackson worked and wrote with deep passion and spoke in winged words.
It is an unspeakable boon to me to be able to speak in winged words that need no interpretation.
Even in my fury I had quailed beneath her scorn, for home flew the arrows of her winged words.
There were such things as flower pots being thrown to add emphasis to winged words.
These winged words she said, 32.
And how obliging of all the birds who sang a noisy accompaniment to Shakespeare's winged words throughout most of the evening.
I have also sent winged words to our smallest friend, but I doubt they will find him unawares.
I stirred him up about the fire with a few winged words, and he got down on his knees to make it up, a little apologetically.
In their place would be the anti-tradition for which a great poet, Guillaume Apollinaire, had found winged words in 1913.