Definition of bunny hugger in English:

bunny hugger

Syllabification: bun·ny hug·ger


informal derogatory
  • An animal lover; a conservationist.
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    • They might not be brainless bunny-huggers, but their powers of persuasion are insufficient to explain the apparent willingness of many people to credit the bizarre ideas of the animal rights movement.
    • No doubt the bunny-huggers will be delighted that 12 months of hard labour by an honest and genuinely green-figured countryman have gone down the pan.
    • Even before the plans are finalised the bunny-huggers are demanding a longer tunnel - a tunnel that avoids even more piles of old rock.

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