Flayer \Flay"er\, n. One who strips off the skin. [1913 Webster]

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  • flayer — n. one who strips the skin from; one who harshly criticizes; cheater, extortionist …   English contemporary dictionary

  • flayer — flay·er …   English syllables

  • flayer — ˈflāə(r), le(ə)r, leə noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English flear, from flen to flay + ar, er, ere er : one that flays …   Useful english dictionary

  • flay — flayer, n. /flay/, v.t. 1. to strip off the skin or outer covering of. 2. to criticize or scold with scathing severity. 3. to deprive or strip of money or property. [bef. 900; ME flen, OE flean; c. MD vlaen, ON fla] Syn. 2. castigate, excoriate,… …   Universalium

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