Flea-bitten



[flee-bit-n] /ˈfliˌbɪt n/

adjective
1.
bitten by a flea or fleas.
2.
infested with fleas.
3.
shabby; dilapidated; wretched.
4.
(of a horse) having a light-colored coat with small, dark spots or streaks.
adjective
1.
bitten by or infested with fleas
2.
(informal) shabby or decrepit; mean
3.
(of the coat of a horse) having reddish-brown spots on a lighter background

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