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Unfledged
Unfledged Un*fledged", a. Not fledged; not feathered; hence, not fully developed; immature. --Dryden.

Meaning of Unfledged from wikipedia

- Bejan (Fr. bejaune, from bec jaune, "yellow beak," in allusion to unfledged birds, and the equivalent to Ger. Gelbschnabel) was a term for freshmen, or...
- 2:41 "Period of Agony" — 3:15 "Cranial Impalement" — 3:02 "Penetrate the Unfledged" — 2:57 "Malodorous Oblation" — 2:42 "Carnally Decimated" — 2:49 "Outro"...
- even after being clipped, will remain more confident and active than an unfledged bird. Learning to fly also helps a bird learn how to land safely, an important...
- actors has left the city due to rivalry with a troupe of "little eyases" (unfledged hawks). Eileen Herlie portra**** Gertrude in Laurence Olivier's 1948 Hamlet...
- delivering an affectionate, stylishly black-and-white portrait of a still-unfledged Gotham gal". The Los Angeles Times highlighted Gerwig's foray as part...
- relative ease of catching birds which have not yet fledged, and that unfledged birds have more tender meat. Once a squab has fledged, its weight decreases...
- Writing in 1993 for The Village Voice, Robert Christgau called Vaughan "unfledged" and the performance "blues as a barely controllable torrent of electric...
- remarkable long-distance flying abilities involves an Arctic tern ringed as an unfledged chick on the Farne Islands, Northumberland, UK, in the northern summer...
- wallows, in which mosquitoes can breed) and rats (which feed on eggs and unfledged birds) also contributed to the bird's demise. Competition from introduced...
- name is similar to a Lowland Scots word gorbal/gorbel/garbal/garbel (unfledged bird), perhaps a reference to lepers who were allowed to beg for alms...
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