fledgling - Dictionary definition and meaning for word fledgling
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sounds similar to sledging in cricket... normally inexperience young players if unable to get wickets than do sledging.. hope this ll help
rhymes with duckling.. a young duck thus referring to inexperience.
fully fledged = mature or experienced.. but fledgling means the one who isn't matured , i.e. is a neophyte(newbie = noob )
Fledgling sounds like "weakling". A weakling is one who is not very experienced and is new to the procedures.
read as F(resh person) Led (for) gliding. He is inexperienced still lead for gliding.
Fledgling sounds like (FRESH+ Graduates) every year few hundreds of fresh fledgling (Inexperienced) graduates come out of engineering collage looking out for a job to gain experience .
fresh person leading to gliding bec he is inexperienced
sounds like primitive word for flying,primitive may refer inexperienced
sounds like sledging>>> in cricket when sledging is done, young players are succumbed to it and they loose their wicket.. as they are new, this happens... relate this..
Fledgling = one bird is try to learn the flying is known as fledging i.e strike the ledge i.e the tail.
fledging sounds like pledging which is done before starting classes in school or a politician pledge before starting his career