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fledgling
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
inexperienced; or a person or organization that is inexperienced
  • "I'm not some fledgling you discovered on the lawn."
    p. 4.9
  • Sometimes in the evening he glimpsed, for the briefest instant, the woman he had married: Norah, standing with Paul as an infant in her arms; Norah, her lips stained with berries, tying on an apron; Norah as a fledgling travel agent, staying up late to balance her accounts.
    p. 258.7

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