- n. Plural form of flea.
“May God have mercy on your worthless soul and may the fleas from a thousand camels infest your armpits.”
“Sailer brings them with him, like fleas from a dog.”
“One part has a female monkey doing “He loves me, He loves me not.” with fleas from a male monkey’s back.”
“NYT, you've got fleas, which is why I don't subscribe.”
“The conclusion you came to about the fleas is the same thing that Corrie Tenboom said during her captivity in Nazi Germany.”
“They were all fluey and teeny, and covered in fleas.”
“Again, some creatures come into being neither from parents of the same kind nor from parents of a different kind, as flies and the various kinds of what are called fleas; from these are produced animals indeed, but not in this case of similar nature but a kind of scolex.”
“The fleas are my pride and joy-I trained them and sewed their costumes-but they are also our biggest headache, " said Amanda.”
“Upon my word, I believe the fleas are the only industrious creatures in all Turkey.”
“The fleas were a drawback, surely; but nowhere in Crete can one get away from that plague, and at Hagia Triada they were less offensive, as I learned by later experience, than in many other convents, and even in most private houses.”
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