fley

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From Middle English fleien, from Old English flēgan.

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fley (third-person singular simple present fleys, present participle fleying, simple past and past participle fleyed)

  1. (obsolete) To frighten.
    • 1860, James Phillips Kay, Scarsdale; or, Life on the Lancashire and Yorkshire border:
      The Jack O'Lanthron was among the reeds again last night, and some of my neighbours are sore fleyed.

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fley n (genitive singular fleys, nominative plural fley)

  1. (poetic) ship, boat

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