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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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But he was not rabbity about the political significance of his activities.
At one point, while talking with her son Gordon, she thinks that if she had to lose one of her children, she would pick him: "Something rabbity about that child's face.
Rabbit liked doing rabbity things, like hopping and jumping, and washing his ears, but he also liked doing unrabbity things like painting and making music.
I remember the smell of sea and seaweed, wet flesh, wet hair, wet bathing-dresses, the warm smell as of a rabbity field after rain.
The Palace is a rambling warren of bars and hideyhidey places, eminently suited to rabbity antics.
The five fairytales include The Wizard and the Hopping Pot; The Fountain of Fair Fortune; The Warlock's Hairy Heart, Babbity Rabbity and Her Cackling Stump, as well as the most well-known tale (which links this book to the final Harry Potter novel), The Tale of the Three Brothers.
The subterranean city they created comprised railways, armouries, bakeries, industrial latrines, a network of rabbity barracks, and long, damp tunnels of hospitals and morgues.
Their physical presence and their huah approval erased any remaining public memory of Bush's own adroit dodge of the Vietnam War, or the fact that he may officially be a deserter to this day after going AWOL from the Air National Guard unit he managed to join during that war, or even his rabbity scurry about the country on Air Force One in the immediate aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks.