- flea-bite (n.)
- mid-15c., figurative, "something that causes but slight pain," from flea (n.) + bite (n.). Related: Flea-bitten (1560s); flea-biting (verbal noun), 1550s.
- 1. He finds material at auctions, antique shops and flea markets.
- 2. Collectors of Fifties kitsch should pop over to Brussels for the flea market.
- 3. He headed back towards the flea market and was quickly swallowed up in the crowd.
- 4. The arena livens up only on Saturdays and Sundays when a flea market is open there.
- 5. I'll put a flea in his ear if he bothers me once more.
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