Synonyms for Fleece:


fabric (adjective)
acrilan, alpaca, astrakhan, baize, batik, broadcloth, brocade, bunting, burlap, calico, cambric, canvas, cashmere, challis, cheesecloth, chenille, chiffon, chintz, corduroy, cotton, crepe, crinoline, dacron, damask, denim, duffel, fabric, felt, flannel, foulard, gabardine, gingham, gossamer, grenadine, herringbone, horsehair, jersey, lame, linen, madras, matting, mohair, moleskin, muslin, net, nylon, oilcloth, orlon, paisley, percale, plaid, quilting, rayon, sateen, satin, seersucker, serge, sharkskin, silk, suede, taffeta, tarpaulin, tricot, tulle, tweed, twill, velour, velvet, wool, worsted, Celanese, longcloth, sacking sailcloth.


anorak, blazer, bolero, bomber jacket, cape, cloak, dinner jacket, dj, duffel coat. clip, elastic, gouge, honest, leatherette, nick, scalp, skin, rip off, Lurex, make someone pay through the nose, take someone for a ride, take someone to the cleaners. bilk, cheat, deceive, double cross, dupe, entrap, string along, trick. beeswax, blubber, civet, ink, milk, musk, pearl, pheromone. fabric (noun)
fleece (noun)
gazump, hook, overcharge, pluck, plume, rob, shear, sheepskin, soak, surcharge, wool.
wool (noun)
coat, fell, fur, hide, pelt.


contact (verb)
plunder, steal (verb)
cheat, clip, defraud, gouge, milk, overcharge, pluck, rob, swindle, rip off.
possession (verb)
gazump, hook, overcharge, pluck, plume, rob, soak, surcharge.
steal (verb)
abstract, blackmail, burglarize, cop, defraud, embezzle, extort, filch, grab, haul, heist, hijack, holdup, lift, loot, mug, nip, palm, pilfer, pirate, plagiarize, plunder, poach, pocket, rob, rustle, shanghai, shoplift, steal, stickup, swindle, swipe.

Other synonyms:

beeswax, leatherette, musk, pheromone, scalp, Lurex. blubber, civet, coat, milk, nick. elastic, gouge. ink, pearl. clip. bleed
skin, steal.
Other relevant words:
beeswax, bilk, blubber, cheat, civet, clip, coat, deceive, dupe, elastic, fell, fur, gazump, gouge, hide, hook, milk, musk, nick, overcharge, pearl, pelt, pheromone, pluck, plume, scalp, shear, sheepskin, skin, soak, surcharge, trick, rip off, Lurex, make someone pay through the nose, take someone for a ride, take someone to the cleaners.

Usage examples for fleece

  1. " Come along, my boys," she answered, her eyes twinkling at the thought of being able to fleece us, as she led us into a small room at the back of the shop. – Paddy Finn by W. H. G. Kingston
  2. " And then," said the Gruagach, " he is the only man in the whole world I have ever told why I stopped laughing, and the only one who has ever seen my fleece of wool." – Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland by Jeremiah Curtin
  3. There was a light breeze from the northeast, with a straggling fleece of clouds, expanding like a fan towards the zenith. – Ralph Granger's Fortunes by William Perry Brown