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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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Phoebe went straight from doing her one-woman Fleabag show at Wyndham's Theatre to present Hot Priest Andrew Scott with the Standout Performance award.
Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Killing Eve) and directed by Vicky Jones, Fleabag is a riproaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life.
It is the first time she has played Fleabag live since its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013.
The series started out as a one-woman play before arriving on our screens in 2016 and co-starring the likes of Oscar-winnerOlivia Colmanas Fleabag's insufferable Godmother, Sian Clifford as Fleabag's highly-strung sister Claire, andAndrew Scottas that sexy Priest who Fleabag falls in love with.
Fleabag made its debut as a one-woman show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013.
NationalTheatre Live: Fleabag is a hilarious, rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life and will be broadcast live from London'sWest End to Vue screens across the country in top quality picture and sound.
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She relishes controversial characters, such as the drywitted woman she plays in the title role of Fleabag.
Fleabag is an adaption of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's one-woman play of the same name which won the Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013.
From Nick Hern Books, Phoebe Waller-Bridge's play Fleabag is an outrageously funny monologue for a female performer.
Fleabag won't return after the current series comes to an end next week, one of its stars has told BBC Breakfast.
ANDREW SCOTT HE WAS Sherlock's arch nemesis Moriarty in the hit show, and now Andrew Scott is gaining quite the devout following as the attractive, sweary priest in BBC's Fleabag. Divine comedy indeed.
THE second series of Fleabag (BBC1) started very much, I hope, as it means to go on.