Fley



[fley] /fleɪ/

verb, fleyed, fleying. Chiefly Scot.
1.
to frighten; terrify.
/fleɪ/
verb (Scot & Northern English, dialect)
1.
to be afraid or cause to be afraid
2.
(transitive) to frighten away; scare

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