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n. pl.1.Obs. pl. of Flea.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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You may have seen his "Fleen" stickers around town and on area refrigerators.
that esily and weel Kan in the space of o day natureel-This is to seyn, in foure and twenty houres- Wher-so yow lyst, in droghte or elles shoures, Beren youre body into every place To which youre herte wilneth for to pace, Withouten wem of yow, thurgh foul or fair; Or, if yow lyst to fleen as hye in the air As dooth an egle whan hym list to soore, This same steede shal bere yow evere moore, Withouten harm, til ye be ther yow leste, Though that ye slepen on his bak or reste, And turne ayeyn with writhyng of a pyn (V: 115-127).
Ther myghte y seen Wynged wondres faste fleen, Twenty thousand in a route.