flea-bitten


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flea-bitten

a coat color marking seen in horses; a gray coat is flecked with hairs of another color.
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The genie looked at the flea-bitten mutt and said: "I'm not a miracle-worker - think of another wish.
Bartolo and Marcellina, and Joseph Evans was scene-stealingly dusty and flea-bitten as Don Basilio.
Back when we were trying to find them both new homes Beth was a flea-bitten puppy and Cilla had been ill-treated, but both are now doing really well," said Ann.
Other claim it's their earlier flea-bitten operating systems that caused the pestilence and they shouldn't refuse immunisation to anyone.
My goal is to relate the descriptions to living animals / Who is truly flea-bitten here?
Nor does it contain a single subversive bone in its entire flea-bitten body.
FEW readers have suffered the kind of flea-bitten nightmare Ann Thomson and her family endured with Balkan Holidays.
Mrs James, of Coity, Bridgend, said: 'Despite being a bit flea-bitten and scruffy, he's fine.
I worry every times he goes but after finding him just a few months ago as a near starving, flea-bitten unwanted kitten he's now a gleaming eyed, fully-grown night hunter; a mini-puma it would be cruel to hold back.
First, they haggled us hugely down from last year's offer as if our game is a flea-bitten rug in a Marrakesh market.
The pet has fallen for an 'older' feline - a burly, flea-bitten moggie that waits patiently by the kitchen door.