He learnt what it is to be flea-bitten, saddle-sore, hungry and, above all, thirsty.
"The Research Magnificent" by H. G. Wells
It was a knightly love, and contained no disloyalty to the flat with the flea-bitten terrier and the lady of his choice.
"The Voice of the City" by O. Henry
I was flea-bitten, a mite sarcastic, and fundamentally hungry.
"Roads of Destiny" by O. Henry
But waste not your pity upon Belshazzar, the flea-bitten sorrel.
"Heart of the West" by O. Henry
I'll tell them he's the author of the longest and dullest history of their flea-bitten empire that was ever written.
"The Red Cross Girl" by Richard Harding Davis
A pick and fishing rod lay across the door sill and a lean, flea-bitten dog dozed at her feet.
"The Black Pearl" by Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
He led the flea-bitten mare to the cherry tree and tied her there.
"Second Book of Tales" by Eugene Field
He was stiff and flea-bitten, but otherwise felt all right.
"Gold Seekers of '49" by Edwin L. Sabin
As they left the bank a cowboy rode up on a flea-bitten roan that was lathered with sweat, sadly roweled and leg-weary.
"Rimrock Trail" by J. Allan Dunn
They moved like a couple of old flea-bitten mongrels spoken to sharply.
"The Cup of Fury" by Rupert Hughes