When he was fledged I let him out in the room, and so he could exercise his wings.
Over yonder, in some distant region of Libya, they had been fledged in masses.
So all the spring the little happy creatures chirped and sang, until the nestlings were fledged, and the whole family flew away.
The nests of birds should be taken as soon as the young are fledged and flown.
It had long been fledged, but they had clipped its wings and put it in a cage.
Those procured after the young are fledged are not salable in China.
As soon as they are fledged and begin to leave the nest great numbers are destroyed by buzzards, sparrow-hawks, and shrikes.
France goes rolling all around, fledged with forest May has crowned.
Young, when fledged, like the female, but with the crest shorter.
This incident made him 25 years old when this Story was fledged, which was in 1722.
Old English *-flycge (Kentish -flecge),an adjective meaning "having the feathers, fit to fly," from West Germanic *fluggja- (cf. Middle Dutch vlugge, Low German flügge), from root meaning "to fly" (see fly (v.)). As a verb, it is first attested in English 1560s. Related: Fledged; fledging.