Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


A pigeon this day arose from her nest in the grass near our route, and Yuranigh found in it two full fledged young ones.

By this token Molly became a full fledged member of that exclusive body.

By this time he had become a full fledged painter, as is shown by the work he left in two Dominican churches of Cortona.

The young ones, when full fledged, just before migrating to the sea for the winter, are excellent.

While the McCabe brothers conducted the paper your correspondent graduated and started out as a full fledged journeyman printer.

Besides, let me but have him a short time longer and who knows but that a full fledged Confederate may be the result?

The wings of the eaglet were full fledged, and what hand was high enough to prevent it from taking its flight?

Yet, he managed to study law and at the age of eighteen he was a full fledged lawyer.

We had never before rode on a horse ranch and we wished to be full fledged so we consented.

A year or two later he returned to Pittsburgh and became a full fledged skilled man at $5 a day.