fleabag

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fleabag

1. noun, slang An inexpensive, shabby hotel or similar place of lodging. Ew, we can't stay in a fleabag like that, no matter how cheap it is. It's probably infested with bedbugs!
2. adjective, slang Describing such a place. I've stayed in a lot of fleabag motels, but this place is beyond disgusting.

fleabag

(ˈflibæg)
n. a cheap hotel; a flophouse. Rocko never stays in fleabags. He’s too proud. Sam doesn’t care.
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One US fan has ambitious hopes: "After the fleabag book we want a fleabag movie and then a phoebe waller-bridge in every single home in the continental US and WE WILL NOT SETTLE FOR LESS."
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