How to use Fleece in a sentence as a noun

Umm, duh?Alternative title suggestion: Amazon made it hard for us to fleece schools.

This was E911 with admins using printout logs and checking them daily not a restaurant to fleece credit card numbers from where nobody will notice you for a year or so.

You still need to visit an office to get anything done instead of doing things over the browser* Rental agencies really try to fleece youSince moving inside Europe is really simple, I'd urge anybody curious to take a shot and stay here for a while.

No they understand how to fleece gullible people.

It lets challengers challenge, but it's awful for incumbents as they can't just fleece their customers unchallenged.

Right now it is the worst of both worlds with the government helping the education industry to fleece students and other tax payers.

The conference organizers pay for some big names to show up, and then fleece the people who have $$ but no power or access.

How to use Fleece in a sentence as a verb

The rule of thumb whenever you hear about a big hairy audacious government project like this in Russia is: assume that someone had figured out how to fleece a bunch of taxpayer's money off that.

I can't help but think, if something like this can stay secret for 40 years, real horrid geopolitical stuff involving sending people to war based on deception, and pluging a country into debt to fleece them, would stay secret for much longer EZ PZ. Which doesn't prove anything of course, other than that "something like this is impossible to keep secret" seems to be wishful thinking.

In the first case it is dictators creating a captive audience they can fleece and manipulate.

They targeted them to steal / fleece a golden goose, and then divert the stolen money to other projects.

In other words, a lot of people will look at this and think, "Rich people used their power and influence to fleece the economy," when in many cases it might be, "People who won when others lost are now rich.

I honestly don't know who is worse, the companies who manage to fleece the taxpayer this way or the idiots in the upper levels of the civil service who don't really care because "it's just taxpayers money".

I think it would definitely make hotels and convention centers think twice before trying to fleece event attendees with overly expensive Internet connections.

Fleece definitions

noun

the wool of a sheep or similar animal

noun

tanned skin of a sheep with the fleece left on; used for clothing

See also: sheepskin

noun

a soft bulky fabric with deep pile; used chiefly for clothing

noun

outer coat of especially sheep and yaks

See also: wool

verb

rip off; ask an unreasonable price

See also: overcharge soak surcharge gazump plume pluck hook

verb

shear the wool from; "shear sheep"

See also: shear