verb (used with object), fledged, fledg·ing.
verb (used without object), fledged, fledg·ing.
Origin of fledge
Examples from the Web for fledging
But come June, the fledging African-American cable network Aspire wants you to have choices.
Block was Wisconsin state director for the fledging Americans for Prosperity, a conservative group funded by the Koch brothers.
Now, that hubris might lead to the dismantling of her fledging cartel, as the Argentine police claim to be hot on her tracks.
This is made by constructing the usual blunt screw-headed shaft and fledging it with wide uncut feathers.
But they are backward in fledging, chickens bred from immature fowls being the most backward.Poultry|Hugh Piper
If the nest was started on June 20, then renesting took place within 15 hours after fledging.
Human interference may have been largely responsible for the fledging of the young at nine days.
In fledging arrows Ishi used eagle, buzzard, hawk or flicker feathers.