The woman looked about her at the upturned mouths even as in a nest of fledgeling blackbirds.
It saw the egg and probably the chick, but not the fledgeling.
That and the fall of the fledgeling excited the birds more than ever.
One of the ducks taken in this way was a mother with a fledgeling.
Her spirit felt as bruised as a fledgeling fallen upon stony ground.
"God guard you, my fledgeling," she whispered over and over.
The knowing bird is not caught in the snare, and I, Dilasah, am not a fledgeling.
A foal is an immature horse, a chicken an immature fowl, a calf an immature ox, a fledgeling an immature bird.
Luke is, doubtless, the stray rook, and a fledgeling hath flown hither from a distant country.