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  • n. Plural form of fleecer.

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Examples

  • The sheeple are to be scared into another thoughtless stampede in the direction their fleecers wish them to run.

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  • Sheeple fleecers would be another way to describe their kind.

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  • Hugh would be on the watch, so would the careful tavern-keepers of the Foregate and the town, by no means eager to hold their doors open to the fleecers and skinners of their own neighbours and customers.

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  • And outside the temple itself were the pretenders, the swarming thieves and sharpers and fleecers, the sly rascals and the open rascals; but these were feeble folk, not dangerous once he knew them, and he had a good guide to point them out to him.

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  • You must be feeders, and not fleecers; pastors, but not wolves; builders, but not destroyers; and come away, and help up the broken-down wall of

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  • Those official fleecers ought to be run out of town on a rail!

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  • For this Parliament has been unmasked as the home of an ugly mob of scoundrels, vagabonds, thieves, fleecers, spendthrifts (of other people's money, of course) and Artful Dodgers.

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  • Set in 2019, "Daybreakers" is much like our world of today: panhandlers begging for scraps, busy bees lining up for a morning rush-hour coffee jolt, precious resources dwindling and global calamity looming, corporate fleecers hoarding the best for themselves.

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  • Swiss banks, which first grew to enormous wealth as Hitler's money launderers, provided the second major place for the fleecers to put their loot.

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