From the Irish scal (bald), from which comes the Irish scalachn, an unfledged bird.
His heart was full of enterprise and the unfledged valour of inexperience.
I felt I had been conducting myself in an unfledged girlish fashion, and that Ruth, with her staid common sense, was reproving me.
Bravely did this young Absalom defend his unfledged royalty.
Diogenes Laertius reports the story of Socrates having dreamed he found an unfledged cygnet on his knee.
The unfledged had a copy of verses secreted about his person.
Clearly he was quite the safest and nicest of all the unfledged she had ever possessed.
Scalder, an unfledged bird (South): scaldie and scaulthoge in the North.
With bird nicknames may be mentioned Callow, unfledged, cognate with Lat.
Three young, unfledged starlings were given the hawk to eat.