fleein'

fleein'

(ˈfliːɪn)
adj
dialect Scot drunk
[literally: flying, from flee2]
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His stunning portraits capture the pigeon enthusiasts still practising the ancient sport of doo fleein' in Edinburgh.
Ring-a- ring-a-widdershins Loupin', lightly widdershins, Kilted coats and fleein' hair Three rimes three, Cummer, go ye before, cummer, go ye If ye willna go before, cummer, let me.
Bevvied, blootered, hammered, guttered, fleein', fou, steamin' stotious, paralytic, plaistered and just plain p*shed to name but a few.
They get bevvied, blootered, hammered, guttered, fleein', fou, steamin', stotious, paralytic and plastered to name a few.
And it's about time the gunmen were fleein' for a change.