Fleece – 1. Getting money by trickery or charging too much. 2. The thick covering of wool on a sheep, or a jacket made of this material
This fleece coat is yours for a knockdown price, they said, but it was trickery: it cost me an arm and a leg!
Examples of fleece in a sentence (getting money by trickery or charging too much)
The corner shop would fleece its customers by quietly increasing its prices.
She planned to fleece the residents of the old peoples home, by pretending to be from a charity.
I will fleece people by throwing mud at their cars and then offering to clean them.
Examples of fleece in a sentence (wool of a sheep or a jacket made of this material)
The sheep was cold now her fleece had been shorn off.
He wore a fleece with shorts, she thought he looked ridiculous.
Her new bedsheets were made entirely of fleece.