[flee-see] /ˈfli si/
adjective, fleecier, fleeciest.
covered with, consisting of, or resembling a or wool:
soft, fleecy clouds.
adjective fleecier, fleeciest
of or resembling fleece; woolly
1560s, from fleece (n.) + -y (2).
[fleer] /flɪər/ verb (used without object) 1. to grin or laugh coarsely or mockingly. verb (used with object) 2. to mock or deride. noun 3. a fleering look; a jeer or gibe. [flee-er] /ˈfli ər/ noun 1. a person who . /flɪə/ verb 1. to grin or laugh at; scoff; sneer noun 2. a derisory […]
[flee] /fli/ verb (used without object), fled, fleeing. 1. to run away, as from danger or pursuers; take . 2. to move swiftly; ; speed. verb (used with object), fled, fleeing. 3. to run away from (a place, person, etc.). /fliː/ verb flees, fleeing, fled 1. to run away from (a place, danger, etc); fly: […]
[fleet] /flit/ noun 1. the largest organized unit of naval ships grouped for tactical or other purposes. 2. the largest organization of warships under the command of a single officer. 3. a number of naval vessels or vessels carrying armed crew members. 4. a large group of ships, airplanes, trucks, etc., operated by a single […]
noun, U.S. Navy. 1. the highest ranking naval officer, ranking next above admiral. noun 1. an officer holding the most senior commissioned rank in the US and certain other navies