fleeced flēs/ verb past tense of fleece

informal - obtain a great deal of money from (someone), typically by overcharging or swindling them.

Those of you who saw my post earlier in the week about our week-end trip to Paris will see that we had a great time. There was however one rather large fly in the ointment that did put a bit of a damper on our trip, namely that we were totally fleeced by the restaurant where we ate on Saturday evening.

It was a small family run place just across the roundabout from our flat. It looked lovely and when Ben and I walked past it having dropped Simon and Tom at the rugby the night before the food smells coming from it smelt delicious.

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