Definition of rabbit's foot in English:

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rabbit's foot


The foot of a rabbit carried as a good luck charm.
Example sentences
  • Is there much difference among selling holy water, crucifixes, Kabbala strings, mandalas, rosary beads, horoscopes, Buddhist prayer beads, or rabbit's feet as supernatural charms?
  • During WW II, lucky rabbit's feet and other good luck charms were endemic among aircrew, the loss of which often led to fatalistic acceptance that the next flight would be their last.
  • Carry a rabbit's foot, by all means, if it gives you a sense of ‘luckiness’; but be aware that it's you, not the ‘lucky charm’, that attracts good luck.

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