adjectiveNorth American informal
Doomed to misfortune; unlucky: the snakebitten space shuttle chalked up a fourth launch delay
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- For a team that's spent recent years snakebitten, it was an injury to Tom Gugliotta in December that provided a fortunate turning point for the season: the rise of Stoudemire.
- Those of us snakebitten by the Hollywood dream - failed screenwriters, underemployed musicians - flock to the Clippers.
- The snakebitten Gators should have far more going for them than last year, when they lost more manpower to injuries than any other team in the country.
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