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fley

verb \ˈflā\

Definition of FLEY

transitive verb
Scottish
:  frighten

Origin of FLEY

Middle English flayen, from Old English āflēgan, from ā-, perfective prefix + -flēgan to put to flight
First Known Use: 13th century

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