Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of scoffing or gibing.
- v. present participle of fleer.
“The sneering and fleering seem fairly uniform MOs if not WMDs!”
“Abderites been conversant with us, and but seen what  fleering and grinning there is in this age, they would certainly have concluded, we had been all out of our wits.”
“The saucy creature took a napkin, and dipt it in water, and with a fleering air, here, Miss; holding the wet corner to me.”
“So I went and sat me down in the window, and she took her place at the upper end of the table; and her saucy Jackey, fleering at me most provokingly, sat down by her.”
“The moment it was dusk she pulled down the window-shades all the shades, flush with the sill, but beyond them she felt moist fleering eyes.”
“She fleering in his face, and shaking her head at him, replyed.”
“Christ stops her fleering mouth with the dung of her own unchaste conversation, charging her with that infamous sort of life she had hitherto lived: q.d. "Thou, for thy impudent adulteries, hast suffered divorce from five husbands already; and he whom thou now hast is not thy husband, but an adulterer.”
“_ He, he, he, he, a Curse of your fleering Jests -- Yet, however ill I succeeded, I'll venture the same Wager, she does not value thee a spoonful of Snuff -- Nay more, though you enjoyn'd her Silence to me, you'll never make her speak to the Purpose with your self.”
“Or when we giue a mocke with a scornefull countenance as in some smiling sort looking aside or by drawing the lippe awry, or shrinking vp the nose; the Greeks called it _Micterismus_, we may terme it a fleering frumpe, as he that said to one whose wordes he beleued not, no doubt Sir of that.”
“This fleering frumpe is one of the Courtly graces of _hicke the scorner.”
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