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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fleer.


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  • “Oh, we can admire the darling murals,” Dolgorov fleered.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate Anderson, Poul, 1926-2001 1978

  • "I know what you're leading up to," Dawson fleered.

    The Queen of Air and Darkness Anderson, Poul, 1926-2001 1973

  • "I understand Admiral Enriques is trying to get hold of his opposite number and enter a strenuous protest," Kaiser fleered.

    Ensign Flandry Anderson, Poul, 1926- 1966

  • The wind rushed upon her wildly, and dragged her tattered skirt this way and that, and fleered at her, and whistled at her; and when she paid not the slightest attention to his cruel treatment of her, fled tumultuously down the street.

    Dreamland Julie Mathilde Lippmann

  • "Hicks, are you < i > crazy ?" fleered Deacon Radford, moved to excitement, despite his great faith in the versatile youth.

    T. Haviland Hicks Senior J. Raymond Elderdice

  • "Oh, yes, something has got to be did!" fleered Beef McNaughton, the davenport creaking under the combined tonnage of himself and Butch

    T. Haviland Hicks Senior J. Raymond Elderdice

  • There was an air about the place that seemed to scorn the facile awe it woke in the breasts of the beholders and that fleered at the human banalities upon their lips.

    The Palace of Darkened Windows Mary Hastings Bradley

  • "Not!" fleered Butch, whom Hicks 'easy self-confidence never failed to arouse.

    T. Haviland Hicks Senior J. Raymond Elderdice

  • "A Herculean full-back -- Bah !" fleered Butch, for all the campus knew of

    T. Haviland Hicks Senior J. Raymond Elderdice

  • "Exhibition flight -- of your imagination!" fleered Mary V, curling her lip at him.

    Skyrider B. M. Bower 1905


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