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Definition of Fleecily
1. fleecy [adv] - See also: fleecy
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Literary usage of Fleecily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1872)
"... in which she floated fleecily about. She was married at fifteen ; divorced at seventeen ; sent to a boarding-school by an admirer at eighteen ..."
2. With Kuroki in Manchuria by Frederick Palmer (1904)
"So was the diversion of the Russian battery's attention to the town, where circles of blue smoke from bursting shrapnel hung fleecily in the air and then ..."
3. B.C., 1887: A Ramble in British Columbia by James Arthur Lees, Walter J. Clutterbuck (1888)
"And when the afternoon sun is dropping slowly towards it, and the mists of the great valley have risen into light clouds that fleecily veil the cold peaks, ..."
4. Modern Thought and Traditional Faith by George Preston Mains (1911)
"The night skies might be as thickly studded with stars as now, the clouds float as fleecily, the glow of the rising and setting sun furnish all external ..."
5. Edmond Dantes: The Sequel to Alexander Dumas' Celebrated Novel of the Count by Alexandre Dumas (1911)
"The snow-flake falls fleecily on the mountain's top through many a long and silent night; a land green as Eden smiles over the volcano; through many a calm ..."
6. Claret and Olives: From the Garonne to the Rhone; Or, Notes, Social by Angus Bethune Reach (1852)
"... like Mother Red-cap's, the swarthy, bearded face, and the rough, dirty sheep-skin, which hung fleecily from the shoulders of the apparition, haunted me. ..."