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Oxford dictionary definition of the word fleece:
1the woolly covering of a sheep or goat:
as the sheep came on board, we grabbed their long shaggy fleeces
he clutched the ram by two handfuls of thick fleece
the wool shorn from a sheep in a single piece at one time:
the shed can be used for storing fleeces
Heraldry a representation of a fleece suspended from a ring.
2 [mass noun] a soft warm fabric with a texture similar to sheep’s wool, used as a lining material:
a reversible fleece jacket
a jacket or other garment made from a fleece fabric.
1 informal obtain a great deal of money from (someone), typically by overcharging or swindling them:
the city’s cab drivers are notorious for fixing fares and fleecing tourists
2 literary cover as if with a fleece:
the sky was half blue, half fleeced with white clouds
Old English flēos, flēs, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch vlies and German Vlies