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fledgling
used in Interview with the Vampire

5 uses
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Definition
inexperienced; or a person or organization that is inexperienced
  • The room itself had fast become an inferno, and I did see in one clear blast of light Claudia battling the fledgling vampire.
    Part 1 (99% in)
  • And waste .... that word, that value which had been all-important to me as a fledgling vampire; was spoken of often.
    Part 3 (37% in)
  • That the vampires of the world are a small number and live in terror of strife amongst themselves and choose their fledglings with great care, making certain that they respect the other vampires mightily.
    Part 3 (42% in)
  • She did not understand it was no experiment; showing her fledgling teeth to the gilt-edged mirrors, she was mad.
    Part 3 (63% in)
  • I shouted out against them, shouted for Madeleine, saw her wake with a start, terrified fledgling, clinging to the arm of the couch, then down on her knees as they reached out for her.
    Part 3 (79% in)

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