rat-infested

rat-infested

adj
(of a place or vessel) that has many rats
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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.
A report last month said violence and drug use was rife in the rat-infested jail and a backlog of 2,000 maintenance tasks meant it was "in a parlous state".
The parents of a five-year-old boy have been arraigned on child endangerment charges after police found their son alone in a rat-infested and feces-covered apartment in the Bronx, New York City, reports said Sunday.
Its not acceptable for New Zealanders in the 21st Century to be living in the kind of rat-infested dumps that have been exposed in recent media reports.
Council officers were so shocked by the state of the dirty rat-infested takeaway they immediately closed the business.
Multiple exits from rat-infested sewers are also being blocked, while baits and traps are being spread throughout the city in an effort to catch the pests.
THE MOST rat-infested parts of Teesside have been revealed.
He was found guilty by a court in London, and sources said he would serve his sentence at a notorious prison branded as rat-infested and overcrowded.
AB I R M I N G H A M man claims his three-year fight to get a litter strewn, rat-infested alleyway next to his council home cleared has fallen on deaf ears.
A RETIRED lecturer told a solicitor how she had worked in asbestos-clad and rat-infested temporary buildings, an inquest heard.