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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FULL-FLEDGED

What with putting on a robot as a full-fledged police officer.

A full-fledged master, outfitter, owner of a boat—my own boat!

There was a full-fledged panic in that quartette room in an instant.

The new system did not spring up spontaneously and full-fledged.

For it came not in embryo, not in the egg, so to speak, but full-fledged.

He's a full-fledged graduate of the Indiana school of politics, and that's the best.

This was no exploration ship, but a full-fledged battleship.

Well, anyway, you've got through the ordeal, and now you're a full-fledged 'bud.'

In as little as a week he would go into a full-fledged fracas with them.

He is almost a full-fledged dhobi as soon as he has learned to talk and walk.

WORD ORIGIN

1883 in figurative sense; see full (adj.) + fledge.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FULL-FLEDGED

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