Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fleece.(verb)
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Use "fleeces" in a sentence
"Despite equally cold winters in Germany and Holland, rhubarb there is flourishing because much of it is covered in tunnels or 'fleeces' to ensure a crop in time for spring."
"The cold New England winters caused them to grow prodigious fleeces."
"However I'm currently cleansing my palette by finishing off my festival photography show (all will be revealed eventually) and by making a set of classic, plain pots and bowls in undyed British fleeces and yarns - Black Welsh, Blue Faced Leicester, North Ronaldsay and Jacob sheep, possibly some Wensleydale too."