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  • n. Plural form of fleabag.


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  • Guidebooks will no longer send travelers to restaurants that have closed or to once charming inns that have turned into fleabags.

    Books That Are Never Done Being Written

  • Teabags, fleabags, bailouts, shootouts, shout outs, rain outs or redoubts, don't you know what it is all about?

    Dispatches From the Front

  • Nixon would show all these fleabags in DC the door...evil, yes, but still more of a mensch than anybody these days...

    I've been resolutely avoiding "Frost/Nixon."

  • After years of exchanging estates in Great Neck for fleabags on the Bowery; after numerous bankruptcy filings followed by big comebacks; after buying the best diamonds at Harry Winston and then pawning them on the heels of the inevitable "missed" trade, he realized that a gambler lives to lose as much as to win.

    James Berman: Know When to Hold 'em...

  • And I say this as a person sharing space with two of the bloody fleabags, one of whom seems to have developed voluntary incontinence.

    sex sells « raincoaster

  • Get the hell away from me, you goddamned fleabags!

    A Burning in Homeland

  • Often en route this has meant staying in some genuine fleabags, but the dogs never have complained ... in fact, they've said that they actually preferred these to those swank five-star joints.

    Pets into Mexico

  • Truck yards, warehouses, and machine shops shared the area with twenty-four-hour bail bondsmen, crumbling fleabags, and dusty stretches of vacant lot.

    Over the Edge

  • It was probably their biotech fleabags over there...they were in the wrong place at the wrong time

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • And I'm long past my days of sleeping in fleabags. "

    Till the Butchers Cut Him Down


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