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
Grann also blends into his narrative how the murders became J. Edgar Hoover’s first significant test of the capabilities of the fledgling FBI.
According to the dissolution document, Hupp and the nonprofit’s other two directors — Bill Connors, president and CEO of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, and Bill Shawver of Idaho Power — voted Feb. 10 to disband the fledgling corporation.
The future of Maryland's fledgling medical marijuana industry will be debated in a Baltimore courtroom today, as Circuit Judge Barry Williams weighs whether to extend his temporary suspension of licensing marijuana growers.
The healthy fledglings were removed and left on the lawn so that mockingbirds seen in the area could care for them.
Time Out Youth has operated a fledgling housing initiative in recent years that places homeless LGBTQ youths with volunteer hosts.
Before that, Microsoft made similar deals to get developers and corporate partners interested in Bing, the fledgling search engine.
Against all odds, their victory ensured the survival of the fledgling community of believers.
The character assumes a mentor role for the group of fledgling heroes.
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First Known Use of fledgling
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
Definition of fledgling for Students
: a young bird that has just grown the feathers needed to fly
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