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  • n. Plural form of fleabite.


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  • I read on the Internet that fleabites can definitely lead to the bubonic plague.

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  • When he was 7 years old, social workers who saw the boy found his arms covered in fleabites.

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  • 'And are the raids mere fleabites, or indicative of something more serious?'

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  • 'And even fleabites can become serious if enough blood is sucked from the victim.

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  • Unchastity, anger, greed, drunkenness, and all that, are mere fleabites in comparison: it was through Pride that the devil became the devil; Pride leads to every other vice: it is the complete anti-God state of mind…As long as you are proud you cannot know God.

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  • She hoped Chaxaza, another of her cousins,who tended Barin while Lwaxana stood watch outside, had checked the boy for fleabites.

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  • They'll itch like forty thousand fleabites atter while -- like as not you'll haf to have them took off.

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  • Afterwards a violent pain seized their arms and legs, which remained swollen and very hard, all spotted as if with fleabites; and they could not walk on account of the contraction of the muscles ....

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  • A match with a low woman corrupts a stream of blood as long as the Danube, tyranny, villainy, and executions are mere fleabites, and leave no stain.

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  • Nor did I fret much in late September when I noticed that my ankles were covered with fleabites, most likely transmitted by our dog, who did sometimes go into the backyard and who sometimes also slept at the foot of the bed. - News


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