Examples of fledgling in a Sentence
a female bird feeding her fledglings
at hockey he's still a fledgling and needs to work on his basic skating skills
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Feulner packaged his fledgling think tank’s ideology into five basic principles: free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional values and a strong national defense.
Although the fledgling hemp and marijuana industries grew during the relaxed policies of former President Barack Obama’s administration, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been less welcoming of the cannabis plant.
Now, his files of material will be part of the National Comedy Center, a fledgling institution scheduled to open in August in Jamestown, N.Y. — Lucille Ball's hometown.
Chicks, or fledglings, fly from the nest after five to six weeks.
Though seemingly fledgling at the moment, Seton Hall remains a danger to Xavier's title pursuit, Mack said.
China's ambitious human space missions get most of the headlines, but its fledgling space science program is quietly gaining strength.
And Williams started giving back by helping Barnett with his fledgling organization — helping out on the playground in the summer months, helping to get the group situated in its first building, coaching basketball, and, of course mentoring.
Rizzo, of Carpentersville, estimated the Muirhead Springs fledglings were about 24 days old.
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FLEDGLING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fledgling for English Language Learners
: a young bird that has just become able to fly
: someone or something that is getting started in a new activity
FLEDGLING Defined for Kids
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