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  • adjective obsolete flearidden

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Examples

  • Isabella Bird makes you intensely aware of the miseries of being cold and damp and fleabitten in Japan October 2008 review, of the sensation and sights and smells of standing on the rim of a lake of lava at night in Hawaii.

    August Short Book Reviews (and two thoughts thereon)

  • Isabella Bird makes you intensely aware of the miseries of being cold and damp and fleabitten in Japan October 2008 review, of the sensation and sights and smells of standing on the rim of a lake of lava at night in Hawaii.

    August Short Book Reviews (and two thoughts thereon)

  • Isabella Bird makes you intensely aware of the miseries of being cold and damp and fleabitten in Japan October 2008 review, of the sensation and sights and smells of standing on the rim of a lake of lava at night in Hawaii.

    Illustration Friday: Pattern

  • The answer was nothing really; the town a bit fleabitten and passing beyond we made for the palms and a spot down by the river.

    Long Way Down

  • The answer was nothing really; the town a bit fleabitten and passing beyond we made for the palms and a spot down by the river.

    Long Way Down

  • The answer was nothing really; the town a bit fleabitten and passing beyond we made for the palms and a spot down by the river.

    Long Way Down

  • The answer was nothing really; the town a bit fleabitten and passing beyond we made for the palms and a spot down by the river.

    Long Way Down

  • Tom Spaulding had adopted a starving, fleabitten stray dog who hung around the courthouse; he took “Fred” with him on the plane to his new home in Sarasota and started looking for a dog-sitter.

    Every Breath You Take

  • You miserable, fleabitten excuse for a Federation citizen.

    Pawns and Symbols

  • I may be a measly, fleabitten, hongry, lone maverick o 'ther plains, but thar's one thing I ain't, an' that's a 'lost and found' department, 'suitable reward offered, an' no questions asked. '

    Ted Strong in Montana With Lariat and Spur

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