house·fly / ˈhousˌflī/ (also house fly) • n. (pl. -flies) a common small fly (Musca domestica, family Muscidae) occurring worldwide in and around human habitation. Its eggs are laid in decaying material, and the fly can be a health hazard due to its contamination of food.
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