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Word: fledgling

Definition: (fledgeling) inexperienced; N: young bird that has acquired wing feathers and is learning to fly; inexperienced person

Sentences Containing 'fledgling'

A graduate in history and media, Andrea Maltarolli joined TV station Rede Globo in 1995, and became involved with the fledgling soap opera "Malhação".
Adrianne's concept, which she called "Beauty and the Brady", was a show about her and Knight's then-fledgling romance, in which she would attempt to convince Knight to marry her.
After Enemy You began writing tunes together as a band it wasn’t long before they received interest from Ben Weasel and his fledgling label, Panic Button Records.
After the 1930s the term "Bridge River-Lillooet" came into currency as a result of the chosen masthead of the fledgling "Bridge River-Lillooet News", which served the town and environs of Lillooet as well as the mining towns of the upper Bridge River.
After the first brood of workers is ready, they take over the running of the fledgling colony and the queen becomes strictly an egg-laying machine.
At its fourth meeting in 1885, the fledgling organization adopted the name Coast Sailor's Union and elected George Thompson its first president.
Buitrago came from a hardcore rock background, heading a group called La Pestilencia, while co-member Andrea Echeverri had been drawn into the fledgling scene through art school friends.
By the late 1960s, panchira had spread to the mainstream comic industry, as fledgling manga artists such as Go Nagai began exploring sexual imagery in boy's comics (shōnen manga).
Coburn left the fledgling band in 1977 and Mombassa's younger brother Peter "Yoga Dog" O'Doherty joined on bass guitar completing the "classic" line-up.
Daewoo had a difficult time trying to enter the US auto market, and by 2001, the fledgling Daewoo Motor America was in trouble.
DaimlerChrysler heavily touted the Pacifica as the next "big thing" in the fledgling crossover market, forecasting sales of 100,000 per year.
During the first years of the Ethiopian Civil War, the fledgling Tigrayan People's Liberation Front drew support from these groups.
He also had the cash flow to buy Edmonton's fledgling team in the World Hockey Association.
He is briefly mentioned at the end of "Blood Canticle", when he takes away the fledgling vampires Quinn Blackwood and Mona Mayfair to Maharet and Mekare's sanctuary.
He is known for a series of Native-themed mystery novels and for his contributions to the then-fledgling field of Native American Studies.
He meets Christine (Miranda July), a senior-cab driver and amateur video artist, while she takes her client to shop for shoes, and the two develop a fledgling romantic relationship.
His fledgling career was interrupted by the World War II draft. He spent the next three years in an Army uniform, chauffering officers and the occasional entertainer - such as Marlene Dietrich and Dinah Shore - around Europe.
His lack of sympathy for British integration into Europe, manifested in his scepticism about the fledgling European Economic Community (EEC), was another aspect of his belief in Britain's independent role in world affairs.
However, the team scored no points and were hit hard when Brunner defected to the fledgling Toyota F1 team mid-season.
In 1874, Enomoto was given the rank of vice-admiral in the fledgling Imperial Japanese Navy.
In 1909 he moved to Naples, where the fledgling movie company Vesuvio Films gave him the artistic direction of its productions.
In 1910 William C. Durant of the fledgling General Motors Corporation gave control of his company's board to the Seligmans and Lee, Higginson Co.
In 1999, SupremeEx and Tajai released "" as the first album on Tajai's fledgling Hieroglyphics Imperium sub-imprint, Clear Label Records.
In 2004, he appeared for the fledgling (IPW:UK) at their aptly titled "Show 2".
In addition, Richmond writer and VCU alumnus David Baldacci funded and supported the fledgling Award in its early years.
In November 1941, the folk singer Pete Seeger introduced singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie to his friend the poet Charles Olson, then a junior editor at the fledgling magazine.
In the early 1920s Ghent emerged as an outspoken public opponent of the fledgling American Communist movement.
Later that day, they meet Donna (K.D. Aubert) and Money Mike (Katt Williams), who run a fledgling shop called 'Pimps and Hoes.'
Milton quickly went into business for himself when, in 1930, he purchased Guardian Alarm, then a fledgling company with only 60 customers.
On his death, the substantial library built up by the Exleys, father and son, passed to the fledgling University College and today forms the core of the Exley Collection at the University of Bristol.
On November 14, 1920, after the invasion of the Red Army and the establishment of the fledgling Azerbaijan SSR, the new government decreed that Baku Polytechnicum would close and be replaced by Baku Polytechnical Institute, a more traditional polytechnic institute and the beginnings of the current incarnation.
Over 280 million people have observed the progress of the eagle family "from eggs to fledgling birds", according to Bob Anderson of RRP.
Paul, soon home of his fledgling hardware business.
The band's first two videos received massive rotation on the fledgling MTV show "Post-Modern MTV".
The building was constructed as a headquarters building for the Illinois Central Railroad as well as a public train station for the fledgling city of Amboy in 1876.
The early 2000s saw the creation of fledgling interim federal administrations.
The film lasted only a week in theaters, bankrupting Coppola and his fledgling studio.
The film tells the story of a fastidiously organized businessman, whose perspective on life is forever changed through an unexpected encounter with a tiny fledgling bird. Home media.
The fledgling town had many Irish Australian settlers and those not involved in mining or commerce took up agriculture, notably potato farming.
The Fuld-Gilad-Herring Academy of Competitive Intelligence is a first of its kind global educational organization solely dedicated to bringing professional training to the then fledgling field of competitive intelligence (CI).
The resulting campaigns, in which the fledgling Japanese military consistently attained victory over the Russian forces arrayed against them, were unexpected by world observers.
The Royal Navy has been responsible for training the fledgling Iraqi Navy and securing Iraq's oil terminals following the cessation of hostilities in the country.
The treaty left half a million Slavs inside Italy, while only a few hundred Italians in the fledgling Yugoslav ("i.e. Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes renamed "Yugoslavia" in 1929") state".
The two fledgling magicians begin a feud when Borden breaks up a fake seance being put on by Angier and his wife for one of Borden's relatives.
These proved popular with the city' early settlers and provided growth for the fledgling business.
This fledgling tourist industry came to an abrupt end when the area was closed to the public.
This project was a cornerstone in the formation of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, as the fledgling university was able to donate copies of the "Scripta" to the libraries of other academic institutions in exchange for complimentary copies of publications from those institutions.
Though he was in the thrall of King's College's governors during much of his tenure, Cooper had novel plans for the fledgling institution.
While in middle school and high school, he put on puppet shows for local children, and he was a fan of the then-fledgling Muppets from a young age.
With regard to the device's shortcomings, Klug mentioned "lack of USB or external storage, a still fledgling application ecosystem, and a few others."
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