flea-bitten definition

  • adjective:
    • Covered with fleas or fleabites.
    • Informal Seedy; dilapidated: a flea-bitten sofa.
    • Having a pale coat with reddish-brown flecks. Used of horses.
    • Infested with fleas
    • decrepit or dilapidated
    • Bitten by a flea.
    • White, flecked with minute spots of bay or sorrel; -- said for the colour of a horse.
    • identical to creaky, 1.
    • used and broken down by tough usage
    • Covered with fleas or fleabites.
    • casual Seedy; dilapidated: a flea-bitten sofa.
    • Having a pale coat with reddish-brown flecks. Used of horses.
    • Infested with fleas
    • decrepit or dilapidated
    • Bitten by a flea.
    • White, flecked with small spots of bay or sorrel; -- said regarding the color of a horse.
    • same as creaky, 1.
    • Covered with fleas or fleabites.
    • used and broken-down by tough use
    • Covered with fleas or fleabites.
    • Informal Seedy; dilapidated: a flea-bitten chair.
    • Covered with fleas or fleabites.
    • Covered with fleas or fleabites.
    • Having a pale coating with reddish-brown flecks. Used of ponies.
    • Informal Seedy; dilapidated: a flea-bitten chair.
    • casual Seedy; dilapidated: a flea-bitten chair.
    • Infested with fleas
    • Informal Seedy; dilapidated: a flea-bitten chair.
    • Having a pale layer with reddish-brown flecks. Applied of horses.
    • Having a pale layer with reddish-brown flecks. Used of ponies.
    • Having a pale coat with reddish-brown flecks. Applied of ponies.
    • Infested with fleas
    • Infested with fleas
    • decrepit or dilapidated
    • decrepit or dilapidated
    • Infested with fleas
    • decrepit or dilapidated
    • Bitten by a flea.
    • White, flecked with small specks of bay or sorrel; -- stated of color of a horse.
    • Bitten by a flea.
    • same as creaky, 1.
    • White, flecked with small specks of bay or sorrel; -- said associated with the colour of a horse.
    • same as creaky, 1.
    • used and separated by tough use
    • worn out and separated by difficult use
    • Bitten by a flea.
    • White, flecked with minute spots of bay or sorrel; -- said associated with color of a horse.
    • identical to creaky, 1.
    • worn and broken-down by difficult usage
    • decrepit or dilapidated
    • Bitten by a flea.
    • White, flecked with small specks of bay or sorrel; -- stated associated with colour of a horse.
    • identical to creaky, 1.
    • worn and broken-down by hard use
  • others:
    • Bitten by a flea; infested with fleas.
    • Having tiny reddish places or lines upon a lighter surface: placed on colour of ponies.
    • Bitten by a flea; infested with fleas.
    • Having small reddish places or lines upon a lighter surface: put on the colour of horses.
    • Bitten by a flea; infested with fleas.
    • Having small reddish spots or lines upon a lighter surface: applied to colour of horses.
    • Bitten by a flea; infested with fleas.
    • Having little reddish places or outlines upon a lighter surface: applied to the colour of ponies.
    • Bitten by a flea; infested with fleas.
    • Having tiny reddish spots or lines upon a lighter ground: placed on the color of ponies.
    • Bitten by a flea; infested with fleas.
    • Having small reddish places or outlines upon a lighter surface: placed on the colour of ponies.

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