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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But the trial results could also ripple across the fledgling cancer immunotherapy field and the biotech stock sector.
With their wealth, these business executives gained serious political influence in Russia's fledgling democracy.
But Makras’ potential move to the port raises questions about the future of the fledgling effort to get the retirement board to sell off its $559 million stake in fossil fuel companies.
Added recently were grape trellises, a pergola with a seating area and a fledgling orchard.
The fledgling group traveled to the Florida garage of one of the members to record some song that became, intentionally or not, the band’s debut album.
Along with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the series came to define the brand of the fledgling WB network.
Researchers had only identified viral particles for the first time less than 30 years before the height of the flu pandemic and the fledgling field of virology was just beginning to identify them as causes of disease in plants and animals.
That's when Houston organizations started to take notice and hired her fledgling company.
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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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