Definition of fleapit in English:

fleapit

Syllabification: flea·pit
Pronunciation: /ˈflēˌpit
 
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noun

chiefly British
  • A dingy, dirty place, especially a run-down movie theater.
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    • I tend to come late to films that are on limited release, so that they are usually only showing in an art-house fleapit.
    • But going back to the days when I was seeing these epics first time round, in the fleapits and bug-hutches of south-east Leeds - most of them converted music halls or disused chapels - we didn't give a hoot what the title of the film was.
    • It seems like only yesterday that Glasgow hotels fitted into two categories only - grand old establishments that few could afford except on special occasions, and fleapits that you wouldn't kennel your dog in.

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