verb (used with object), fledged, fledg·ing.
verb (used without object), fledged, fledg·ing.
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Origin of fledge
OTHER WORDS FROM fledgefledgeless, adjective
Words nearby fledge
Example sentences from the Web for fledge
And look here, Fledge, why do William's toes turn out at such a fearful angle?The Halo|Bettina von Hutten
But will and means, In mortals, for the cause ye well discern, With unlike wings are fledge.The Vision of Paradise, Complete|Dante Alighieri
At that tyme my cat got a fledge yong sparrow which had onely a right wyng naturally.The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee|John Dee
I've watched 'em break shell an' come out an' fledge an' learn to fly an' begin to sing, till I think I'm one of 'em.The Secret Garden|Frances Hodgson Burnett
In 1814 he was ready to say, "Byron hits the mark where I don't even pretend to fledge my arrow."Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature|Margaret Ball