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    fully-fledged or full-fledged?

    "I was made a full-fledged compane employee."

    Is it "full -fledged" or "fully-fledged"? What does it mean in this context?

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    Re: fully-fledged or full-fledged?

    Have you tried looking the words up in a dictionary? Try The Free Dictionary, they're there.

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    Re: fully-fledged or full-fledged?

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    Have you tried looking the words up in a dictionary? Try The Free Dictionary, they're there.
    Thanks a bunch.!!!!!

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