rat-infested

rat-infested

adj
(of a place or vessel) that has many rats
References in classic literature ?
On the Surrey side of the river was a small rat-infested dreary yard called
What he got hold of next was an old, enormous, rat-infested brick house in a small street off the Strand.
Is it not criminal to just allow these books to rot and decay inside the dilapidated and rat-infested warehouses of the DepEd?
Surely rat-infested takeaways and shops selling illegal goods are a definite blot on anybody's town, so why not close them down?
But their victims were made to live in rat-infested houses and work menial jobs, it can now be reported after reporting restrictions were lifted.
ONE of Liverpool's biggest property management firms has been hit with a hefty fine for allowing student tenants to live in a rat-infested property that was rife with fire hazards.
This week we revealed how homeless children are growing up in rat-infested housing and this is what people are saying about it on our Facebook page.
A BLACK Country restaurant owner narrowly evaded an immediate jail sentence but must pay PS18,000 in fines and costs after inspectors found a "shocking" rat-infested buffet in Tipton.
Anneliese Hutchinson A RAT-INFESTED corner shop has been closed by Gateshead Council.
On this week's TribCast, Emily talks to Ross, Marissa and Emma about moldy, rat-infested state office buildings, family reunifications at the border, TV ads in the U.S.