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Definition of happy bunny in English:


British informal
A happy, contented person: I’ve been having fun and I’m a happy bunny! Alex had missed his plane—he was not a happy bunny
More example sentences
  • He lives for his work and, as a result, is not a happy bunny.
  • As you might imagine, I'm not a happy bunny at the moment.
  • Certainly sounds interesting concept-wise, and if those are actual in-game screenshots then I'm a happy bunny.
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