Fleece

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Fleece is a general term for a soft fabric (often with a deep pile), and may refer to:

  • A fleece, a woollen coat of a domestic sheep or long-haired goat, especially after having been sheared (but before being processed into yarn or thread).
  • Polar fleece and related modern synthetic materials used to make cool-weather clothing
  • Horticultural fleece, used to protect plants from low temperatures or insect pests
  • The Golden Fleece of Greek mythology
  • To fleece someone, slang term for causing someone to be ripped off, or an unfair transaction