flay definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To strip from the skin or outer covering of.
    • To remove of cash or goods; fleece.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To remove off the skin or outer covering of.
    • To remove of money or goods; fleece.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To strip off the epidermis or outer covering of.
    • To strip of cash or items; fleece.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To remove off the skin or external covering of.
    • To epidermis; to strip off the epidermis or surface of
    • To strip of money or items; fleece.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To skin; to remove off the epidermis or surface of
    • To strip from the skin or exterior covering of.
    • To remove of income or goods; fleece.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To strip off the epidermis or exterior covering of.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To strip of income or items; fleece.
    • To skin; to remove from the skin or area of
    • To whip or lash.
    • To strip from the epidermis or exterior covering of.
    • To strip from the epidermis or external covering of.
    • To epidermis; to strip off the skin or area of
    • To remove off the epidermis or external covering of.
    • To remove of cash or items; fleece.
    • To strip of money or products; fleece.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To remove of cash or items; fleece.
    • To whip or lash.
    • To assail with stinging critique; excoriate.
    • To assail with stinging criticism; excoriate.
    • To assail with stinging criticism; excoriate.
    • To epidermis; to strip off the epidermis or area of
    • To skin; to remove from the epidermis or surface of
    • To remove from the epidermis or outer covering of.
    • To skin; to strip from the skin or area of
    • To remove of cash or goods; fleece.
    • To epidermis; to remove from the epidermis or area of
    • To skin; to strip off the skin or surface of
    • To whip or lash.
    • To assail with stinging criticism; excoriate.
    • To skin; to remove off the epidermis or area of
  • verb:
    • To cause to travel; placed to flight; drive down (by frightening).
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • become fear-stricken.
    • resulting in to travel; put to journey; drive down (by frightening).
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • to remove skin off
    • is fear-stricken.
    • to lash
    • To cause to fly; put to flight; drive off (by frightening).
    • to strip epidermis off
    • to lash
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • resulting in to fly; placed to journey; drive down (by frightening).
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • becoming fear-stricken.
    • To be fear-stricken.
    • to strip epidermis off
    • to strip skin off
    • to lash
    • strip skin off
    • to lash
    • To cause to travel; placed to trip; drive off (by frightening).
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • To cause to travel; placed to flight; drive down (by frightening).
    • becoming fear-stricken.
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • strip the skin off
    • resulting in to travel; put to flight; drive down (by frightening).
    • resulting in to travel; put to journey; drive down (by frightening).
    • resulting in to fly; placed to flight; drive off (by frightening).
    • to-be fear-stricken.
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • to strip skin off
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • become fear-stricken.
    • to lash
    • become fear-stricken.
    • to-be fear-stricken.
    • strip skin off
    • to strip skin off
    • to lash
    • to remove epidermis off
    • to remove epidermis off
    • to lash
    • to strip epidermis off
    • to lash
    • to lash
    • strip the skin off
    • To cause to fly; placed to flight; drive off (by frightening).
    • To frighten; scare; terrify.
    • to-be fear-stricken.
    • strip skin off
    • strip your skin off
    • to remove skin off
    • strip skin off
    • to lash
    • strip your skin off
    • strip the skin off
    • strip the skin off
  • noun:
    • A fright; a scare.
    • anxiety; a source of concern; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking individual.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • worry; a source of concern; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking person.
    • Fright; worry.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill-humor.
    • anxiety; a source of concern; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking individual.
    • worry; a source of fear; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking person.
    • Fright; concern.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill-humor.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • anxiety; a source of concern; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking person.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • Fright; fear.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill-humor.
    • Fear; a source of concern; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking person.
    • Fright; worry.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • Fear; a source of worry; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking individual.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill-humor.
    • anxiety; a source of anxiety; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking individual.
    • Fear; a source of worry; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking person.
    • Fright; fear.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill humor.
    • Fright; fear.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill humor.
    • Fright; anxiety.
    • Fright; anxiety.
    • A fright; a scare.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill humor.
    • concern; a source of fear; a formidable matter; a fearsome or repellent-looking individual.
    • Fright; fear.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill-humor.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill-humor.
    • Fright; anxiety.
    • A kick; a random blow; a fit of ill humor.
  • others:
    • To epidermis; strip from the skin of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To remove off, in an over-all feeling.
    • resulting in to fly; placed to flight.
    • To frighten.
    • is fear-struck.
    • To epidermis; strip from the epidermis of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To remove down, in an over-all sense.
    • To cause to travel; put to journey.
    • To frighten.
    • become fear-struck.
    • To skin; strip from the skin of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To epidermis; strip from the epidermis of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To strip off, in an over-all feeling.
    • To strip down, in a general sense.
    • resulting in to fly; put to journey.
    • To cause to fly; put to journey.
    • To frighten.
    • To frighten.
    • to-be fear-struck.
    • To be fear-struck.
    • To skin; strip off the skin of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To remove off, in a broad feeling.
    • To epidermis; strip off the skin of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To skin; strip from the epidermis of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To remove off, in a broad good sense.
    • resulting in to fly; placed to flight.
    • To epidermis; strip from the epidermis of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To frighten.
    • To skin; strip off the epidermis of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To strip down, in an over-all sense.
    • To cause to travel; placed to journey.
    • To strip off, in a general good sense.
    • to-be fear-struck.
    • To remove down, in a broad feeling.
    • To frighten.
    • resulting in to travel; placed to trip.
    • To cause to travel; placed to trip.
    • To cause to travel; placed to flight.
    • is fear-struck.
    • To frighten.
    • To frighten.
    • To frighten.
    • becoming fear-struck.
    • become fear-struck.
    • become fear-struck.
    • To epidermis; strip off the epidermis of: as, to flay an ox.
    • To remove down, in a broad good sense.
    • To cause to fly; put to journey.
    • To frighten.
    • To be fear-struck.

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