- v. present participle of fleece.
“Such public scepticism is scarcely surprising given this Government’s record in fleecing the taxpayer on the sly.”
“In the money business, itâ€ ™ s called fleecing the sheep.”
“With a good pack leader and important tasks, Democrats will learn to tend the flock and keep the wolves from "fleecing" the sheep. by linda selvia (0 articles, 0 quicklinks, 0 diaries, 13 comments [1 recommended, 0 rejected]) on Saturday, Feb 21, 2009 at 10: 54: 00 AM”
“This doesn't answer the question, but the Laffer curve discusses the optimal "fleecing" of society at a given moment (i.e. static state), but surly there is an equivalent study of the optimal level of public service in order to allow wealth generation (and thus more wool...)”
“Lincoln against "fleecing" by Marcus Woodward on Sunday, Sep 28, 2008 at 11: 12: 23 PM”
“So to get people upset they throw in how it is "fleecing" the public.”
“Writing on the African National Congress website in her capacity as ANC national executive committee member, Tshabalala-Msimang accused some pharmacy groups of "fleecing" medical aids and causing its members to use up their benefits.”
“The USAP further expressed concern over the minister's statements that some pharmacy groups were "fleecing" medical aids and causing its members to use up their benefits.”
“This arena project has gone beyond a "fleecing" of the public.”
“Crown prosecutor Josh Lucas said the men had begun "fleecing" hardworking farmers around”
Looking for tweets for fleecing.