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Synonyms for rabbit

Synonyms for rabbit

the fur of a rabbit


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flesh of any of various rabbits or hares (wild or domesticated) eaten as food

hunt rabbits

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And yet if you were to do a survey right now, nine out of 10 people still think Easter is to do with chocolate eggs, bunny rabbits and a trip to B&Q.
One of the stand out moments from the show sees Ford posingwith bunny rabbits in an advert for Daniel O'Donnell's Christmas album with tracks including That's Not My Face On The Turin Shroud.
THE Eurythmics once sang a song about Sweet Dreams, but whether you have happy ones filled with skipping bunny rabbits or gut-churning nightmares will depend on whether or not you can even remember what went on during the night.
The pre-school tot, it was Ms Haug's considered view, was being lulled into believing that the world was a place where the landscape was always rolling greenhills, where the sun always shone, where bunny rabbits hopped, where flowers grew bright and where the tools of conversation were never more than a couple of syllables at once.
My favorite has a house-and-garden scene on the top line, underneath that are carrots growing in the garden, and underneath that are bunny rabbits stealing the carrots.
Two years ago Romeo's big sister Marguerite starred in a spoof of Iron Man called Iron Baby in which she took on a bunch of weapon-wielding bunny rabbits.
Spring is in the air and, if my rudimentary grasp of the natural world is correct, bunny rabbits are giving birth to little lambs and daffodils.
BUNNY rabbits are traditionally associated with Easter, but this Christmas they were dumped in astonishing numbers.
A friend of the 26-year-old Celebrity Wrestling beauty said: "They've been at it like bunny rabbits since the engagement.
But at a time when many humans lack health insurance, and in a county where public clinics have fallen to the fiscal ax, it seems decadent to prioritize health plans for deputies' dachshunds, firefighters' ferrets and bureaucrats' bunny rabbits.
Strange how these oddbods surface when it's Welsh that money is being spent on, arguing that it should go to OAPs, or kiddies, or fluffy bunny rabbits.
In its purist form, it just describes the area surround- ing us and can include our home environment, work environment, the towns and cities where we live as well as the green bits of the country where trees grow, squirrels scamper and soft cute bunny rabbits hop around playfully.
She is faced with a nightmarish world where gloomy, chain-clanging corrridors are populated by screeching doors, bleeding demons and giant stuffed bunny rabbits.
For example, under the title, "Easter and Spring surprises," the reader will find humorous pieces about Easter, bunny rabbits, Valentine's day, and playing on hare/hair.