fleein'

/ (ˈfliːɪn) /

adjective

Scot dialect drunk

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Word Origin for fleein'

literally: flying, from flee ²
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Example sentences from the Web for fleein'

  • But I reckon she was hidden or dropped by her mother, or some one fleein' for life.

  • His subjec' wuz 'Fleein' frum the wrath to come,' an' he wuz pow'rful.

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