flyspeck definition

  • noun:
    • A small dark speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly.
    • one minute or insignificant place.
    • Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black dot.
    • By extension of above, such a thing tiny or insignificant.
    • a tiny dark speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly.
    • a moment or insignificant place.
    • Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • By expansion of overhead, anything little or insignificant.
    • A speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly; therefore, any insignificant dot.
    • An excrementitious stain produced by an insect, chiefly by the common house-fly.
    • a small dark speck produced by the excrement of a fly
    • A speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly; hence, any insignificant dot.
    • An excrementitious stain produced by an insect, chiefly because of the common house-fly.
    • a small dark speck created by the excrement of a fly
    • a little dark speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly.
    • a moment or insignificant area.
    • Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • By expansion of overhead, such a thing little or insignificant.
    • A speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly; therefore, any insignificant dot.
    • An excrementitious stain produced by an insect, mainly because of the typical house-fly.
    • a small dark speck produced by the excrement of a fly
    • a tiny dark speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly.
    • A minute or insignificant place.
    • A small dark speck or stain made by the excrement of a fly.
    • a tiny dark speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly.
    • one minute or insignificant area.
    • a moment or insignificant spot.
    • Housefly excrement, noticeable as a minuscule black dot.
    • By expansion of overhead, any such thing small or insignificant.
    • A speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly; for this reason, any insignificant dot.
    • Housefly excrement, noticeable as a minuscule black dot.
    • By extension of above, everything small or insignificant.
    • An excrementitious stain made by an insect, mainly because of the typical house-fly.
    • A speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly; thus, any insignificant dot.
    • a tiny dark speck created by the excrement of a fly
    • a tiny dark speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly.
    • a tiny dark speck or stain made by the excrement of a fly.
    • An excrementitious stain made by an insect, chiefly by the common house-fly.
    • one minute or insignificant place.
    • A minute or insignificant area.
    • a tiny dark speck produced by the excrement of a fly
    • Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • By extension of overhead, anything little or insignificant.
    • A speck or stain created by the excrement of a fly; ergo, any insignificant dot.
    • An excrementitious stain produced by an insect, mainly by the typical house-fly.
    • a little dark speck produced by the excrement of a fly
    • a little dark speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly.
    • A small dark speck or stain made by the excrement of a fly.
    • A minute or insignificant spot.
    • one minute or insignificant area.
    • a little dark speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly.
    • a tiny dark speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly.
    • one minute or insignificant place.
    • A minute or insignificant spot.
    • Housefly excrement, noticeable as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • Housefly excrement, noticeable as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • By extension of above, something small or insignificant.
    • By expansion of above, such a thing tiny or insignificant.
    • By extension of above, any such thing small or insignificant.
    • A speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly; thus, any insignificant dot.
    • A speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly; therefore, any insignificant dot.
    • A speck or stain made by the excrement of a fly; for this reason, any insignificant dot.
    • Housefly excrement, noticeable as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • Housefly excrement, noticeable as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • By extension of overhead, any such thing little or insignificant.
    • By extension of overhead, something tiny or insignificant.
    • An excrementitious stain created by an insect, mainly by the common house-fly.
    • Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black colored dot.
    • An excrementitious stain produced by an insect, mainly by the common house-fly.
    • A speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly; hence, any insignificant dot.
    • An excrementitious stain created by an insect, mainly by the typical house-fly.
    • A speck or stain produced by the excrement of a fly; ergo, any insignificant dot.
    • a small dark speck created by the excrement of a fly
    • a small dark speck made by the excrement of a fly
    • a small dark speck made by the excrement of a fly
    • By extension of overhead, anything small or insignificant.
    • A speck or stain made by the excrement of a fly; for this reason, any insignificant dot.
    • An excrementitious stain produced by an insect, mainly by the common house-fly.
    • An excrementitious stain made by an insect, mainly by the common house-fly.
    • a tiny dark speck produced by the excrement of a fly
    • a tiny dark speck made by the excrement of a fly
    • An excrementitious stain created by an insect, mainly by the common house-fly.
    • a small dark speck made by the excrement of a fly
  • verb-transitive:
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or in min information; scrutinize: "[Their] performance may be flyspecked for clues on how well it'll do over the twelve months” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or perhaps in min detail; scrutinize: "[Their] overall performance will be flyspecked for clues as to how really it will probably do-over the twelve months” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To soil with flyspecks.
    • To land with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or in minute detail; scrutinize: "[The company's] performance will be flyspecked for clues as to how well it will do over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To land with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or in minute detail; scrutinize: "[The company's] performance will be flyspecked for clues as to how well it will do over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or in minute detail; scrutinize: "[The company's] performance will be flyspecked for clues as to how well it will do over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To soil with flyspecks.
    • To soil with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or perhaps in moment detail; scrutinize: "[Their] performance will likely be flyspecked for clues on how well it will do-over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To soil with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To Look At closely or in min detail; scrutinize: "[The Business's] overall performance is flyspecked for clues on how really it's going to do over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • Slang To examine closely or in min detail; scrutinize: "[Their] overall performance would be flyspecked for clues on how really it will do-over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • Slang To examine closely or in minute detail; scrutinize: "[The company's] performance will be flyspecked for clues as to how well it will do over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • To mark or foul with flyspecks.
    • Slang To examine closely or in minute detail; scrutinize: "[The company's] performance will be flyspecked for clues as to how well it will do over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • Slang To Look At closely or perhaps in min information; scrutinize: "[The company's] performance will likely to be flyspecked for clues as to how well it'll do over the twelve months” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To land with flyspecks.
    • To land with flyspecks.
    • Slang To Look At closely or in moment detail; scrutinize: "[The company's] overall performance will be flyspecked for clues on how really it will do-over the calendar year” ( Harry A. Stark).
    • To soil with flyspecks.
    • To earth with flyspecks.
    • To land with flyspecks.
    • To soil with flyspecks.
  • adjective:
    • very small
    • really small
    • really small
    • very small
    • really small
    • tiny
    • very small
    • tiny
    • tiny
    • tiny
    • very small
    • tiny

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