Definition of Fleecier

1. Adjective. (comparative of fleecy) ¹



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Definition of Fleecier

1. fleecy [adj] - See also: fleecy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fleecier

fledglings
fledgy
flee
fleece
fleece worm
fleeceable
fleeced
fleeceless
fleecer
fleecers
fleeces
fleech
fleeched
fleeches
fleeching
fleecier (current term)
fleeciest
fleecily
fleeciness
fleecing
fleecy
fleed
fleeing
fleer
fleered
fleerer
fleerers
fleering
fleeringly
fleerings

Literary usage of Fleecier

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1. Bits of Travel by Helen Hunt Jackson (1872)
"Gradually the colors died out, and the clouds grew fleecier and fleecier, till only little floating films were left here and there, and the whole valley was ..."

2. Bits of Travel by Helen Hunt Jackson (1885)
"Gradually the colors died out, and the clouds grew fleecier and fleecier, till only little floating films were left here and there, and the whole valley was ..."

3. Patriotic Addresses in America and England: From 1850 to 1885, on Slavery by Henry Ward Beecher (1887)
"I)r. Beecher's elder sons William and Edward were already in the ministry. A paragraph written by Dr. fleecier in one of the ..."

4. The Comic History of the United States: From a Period Prior to the Discovery by John D. Sherwood (1870)
"He also lights upon more gauzy, thin, or fine-spun, fleecier goods to throw around the exposed shoulders of the States. On the other hand, if Mr. D. Webster ..."

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