Fleech meaning

(Scotland) To wheedle; coax; cajole; induce with fair words; flatter.
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(intransitive, Scotland) To use cajoling or flattering words; speak insincerely.
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Origin of fleech

  • From Middle Dutch fletsen (“to flatter, fawn”). More at flatter.
    From Wiktionary