flea-bitten


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Synonyms for flea-bitten

worn and broken down by hard use

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"As for my flea-bitten dog Buster, he's trademarked by me and God help any f***er who tries to come and get it."
"As for my flea-bitten dog Buster, he's copywritten and trademarked and God help any f***r who tries to get it."
She wears a badly stained coat, at least four flea-bitten cardigans and what appears to be Paw Broon's old slippers.
Lounging around it's a saggy, flea-bitten thing like an old beige sofa.
A boy with no PlayStation is a terrible thing to behold - unable to pretend they're David Beckham, or shoot people in shopping malls, they start gibbering and scratch at themselves like flea-bitten apes, their game-playing thumbs flailing wildly in the air.
"We ended up walking the streets with our cases and spent the night in this flea-bitten youth hostel."
FOUR police officers were itching to escape a lift - after they were trapped in it beside a pair of flea-bitten tramps.
SHANE HOWARTH has admitted he could finish up Flea-bitten today for the first time in his career.
A FLEA-BITTEN horse saved from the knacker's yard returned home as a world champion yesterday.
He said later: "That dirty old flea-bitten bin-raker of a mongrel has ruined my good dog.
Into the flea-bitten town of Jericho drives John Smith (Bruce Willis).
Three kittens, named Ash, Rowan and Hazel, were abandoned, flea-bitten, worm-infested.
YOU'LL NEED| Flea-bitten sofas and chairs, with tatty throws to disguise beer stains | A faded old dart board hanging on the wall | Loads of porcelain pigs dotted around the place | An antipodean kitsch kangaroos warning sign | A massive tea pot (in a cosy) in the pig-themed kitchen
The Lubetkin Legacy is an ode to multicultural London, and ultimately even the most flea-bitten come good.
Berthold Sidebottom is a failed actor, but at least he is in possession of a council flat via his mother's link with its deceased famous architect, Berthold Lubetkin - that is, until Mum unexpectedly moves beyond the final curtain and he must stage the performance of his life to a peculiarly attractive (if flea-bitten) housing officer.