vb. (en-third-person singular of: fleer)
Usage examples of "fleers".
Roman fleers away from the Mark, nor to heed anything but the trail of the foemen through the south-eastern heaths of Mirkwood, whether other Romans follow him or not: whatever happens let him lead the Goths by that road, which for him is the shortest, towards the defence of the Wolfing dwellings.
Romans should follow him, but they did not, but stayed still to receive the fleers of their light-armed.
I went with the host to the assembly of the stay-at-homes and fleers, and sat before the Hall-Sun our daughter, and said the words which were put into my mouth.
Soon he was close thereto, having hewn away all fleers that hindered him, and the doorway was before him.
They all knew that if the police of fleers exercised their right to stop and frisk, they would find drugs, perhaps weapons, in which case the dealers, both with lengthy records, could face long prison terms.
Whom no compassion fleers Or makes their feet Sore on the alleys cobbled with their brothers.