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
Recent Examples of fledgling from the Web
The move reflects growing American concern about China's status as a potential tech competitor and complaints Beijing improperly subsidizes its fledgling industries and shields them from competition.
The three-time Patriot League Midfielder of the Year found out a few months ago that she had been drafted by the Baltimore Brave of the fledgling Women's Professional Lacrosse League.
But governments worry that cast-offs undercut their fledgling industries.
California is now home to about 30 fledgling plantations.
That opportunity led her to expand her fledgling company and her husband to quit his engineering job.
Propel is a fledgling company, with only 11 employees, two of them former food-stamp recipients.
Multiple Russian accounts reached out to Orlando, Fla., fitness instructor Maurice Bright in early 2017 with enticing offers: work with them to build his fledgling business.
The first-ever treaty concluded by the fledgling U.S. and a Native American nation was the Treaty With the Delawares, endorsed by representatives of both factions in 1778.
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FLEDGLING Defined 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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