fleech

Fleech vs Fleece - What's the difference?

fleech | fleece |


As verbs the difference between fleech and fleece

is that fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter while fleece is to con or trick someone out of money.

As a noun fleece is

(uncountable) hair or wool of a sheep or similar animal.

Fleecy vs Fleech - What's the difference?

fleecy | fleech |


As an adjective fleecy

is resembling or covered in fleece.

As a verb fleech is

(scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

Fletch vs Fleech - What's the difference?

fletch | fleech |


As verbs the difference between fletch and fleech

is that fletch is to feather, as an arrow while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

As a noun fletch

is (archery) the vane toward the back of an arrow, used to stabilise the arrow during flight.

Flench vs Fleech - What's the difference?

flench | fleech |


As verbs the difference between flench and fleech

is that flench is while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

Leech vs Fleech - What's the difference?

leech | fleech |


As verbs the difference between leech and fleech

is that leech is to apply a leech medicinally, so that it sucks blood from the patient while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

As a noun leech

is an aquatic blood-sucking annelid of class hirudinea, especially or leech can be (archaic) a physician or leech can be (nautical) the vertical edge of a square sail.

Fleech vs Fleeth - What's the difference?

fleech | fleeth |


As verbs the difference between fleech and fleeth

is that fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter while fleeth is (archaic) third-person singular present simple form of flee .

Flatter vs Fleech - What's the difference?

flatter | fleech |


As verbs the difference between flatter and fleech

is that flatter is to compliment someone, often insincerely and sometimes to win favour while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

As a noun flatter

is a type of set tool used by blacksmiths.

As an adjective flatter

is (flat).

Induce vs Fleech - What's the difference?

induce | fleech |


As verbs the difference between induce and fleech

is that induce is to lead by persuasion or influence; incite while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

Cajole vs Fleech - What's the difference?

cajole | fleech |


As verbs the difference between cajole and fleech

is that cajole is while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

Coax vs Fleech - What's the difference?

coax | fleech |


As verbs the difference between coax and fleech

is that coax is (obsolete) to fondle, kid, pet, tease while fleech is (scotland) to wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.

As a noun coax

is (obsolete) a simpleton; a dupe or coax can be .

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