from The Century Dictionary.
- Provided with a fleece: as, well fleeced.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Furnished with a fleece.
- adjective Stripped of a fleece; plundered; robbed.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Contrarian Michele Bachmann worries BP will get 'fleeced' - MinnPost. com
There's no prize except maybe the upcoming "Sheep Awards" and the only prize is thatyou get "fleeced".
I also wonder how many other people have been 'fleeced' by this driver.
YesButNoButYes: Dog owners 'fleeced' in poodle scam!
But the Russian legend, who told Reuters she was "fleeced" by judges in the all-around, fell in her bid for a record third Olympic title.
Although but four days at the Albion, he found the hotel charges larger than he expected; but a stranger generally counts on being "fleeced" in travelling through the Old
Although but four days at the Albion, he found the hotel charges larger than he expected; but a stranger generally counts on being "fleeced" in travelling through the Old World, and especially in Great Britain.
For those who "fleeced" a young man, and induced him to filch from his employers vast sums of money, until, in his agony, he came to an officer of the church, and frantically asked what he should do -- nothing!
So, basically, you post numerous articles saying the Eagles had botched the situation and would never get what they wanted for McNabb, and then when they get exactly what they wanted for McNabb, you say they got "fleeced".
Savers looking to cash in on higher Isa allowances which come into effect today are being warned to read the small print to avoid being "fleeced" by banks and building societies.