Fledge vs Fedge - What's the difference?

fledge | fedge |


As a verb fledge

is to care for a young bird until it is capable of flight.

As an adjective fledge

is (archaic) feathered; furnished with feathers or wings; able to fly.

As a noun fedge is

a fence made up of living plants, especially willow, thus somewhat resembling a hedge.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

fledge

English

Verb

(fledg)
  • To care for a young bird until it is capable of flight.
  • To grow, cover or be covered with feathers.
  • To decorate with feathers.
  • Adjective

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  • (archaic) Feathered; furnished with feathers or wings; able to fly.
  • * Milton
  • his shoulders, fledge with wings

    fedge

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A fence made up of living plants, especially willow, thus somewhat resembling a hedge.
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