Having reached full development; mature.(adjective)
Having full status or rank: a full-fledged lawyer. (adjective)
Having fully developed adult plumage.(adjective)
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Use "full-fledged" in a sentence
"He used to own what he called a full-fledged biker bar in Independence."
"Now, over 45 years after the "War on Poverty" was initiated by a President raised in the political philosophy of the New Deal, we are faced with a "For the Few Deal" -- what I would call a full-fledged "War on the Poor.""
"Rather than being dismissed as unpatriotic, people without a religious faith are instead viewed as full-fledged members of the national community."