- a young eagle.
Origin of eaglet
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Examples from the Web for eaglet
He had not seen the third eaglet and he did not want to wait before summoning help for the two he had been able to rescue.
And an eaglet does not start off flying from the ground, but from the nest.
The third eaglet was never found despite a search by the Flint Creek volunteers and the landowner.
The eaglet herself would not be able to put up much of a fight.
The jacket and gloves were a precaution in the event the eaglet panicked, but there was little fuss as he tossed the net over her.
It was not long after this when the Eaglet resumed her run for Portland.Dave Porter At Bear Camp
The Eaglet returns the salute and then marches to her position in line.
Then he thought of the eaglet, his unwilling and outraged preserver!Kings in Exile
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
The eaglet had been taught that wings were made to fly with.My Kalulu, Prince, King and Slave
Henry M. Stanley
The eaglet flew above his head; but he left his horse on land.Indian Fairy Tales
- a young eagle
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