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rabbit British & World English

A gregarious burrowing plant-eating mammal, with long ears, long hind legs, and a short tail

like a deer in the headlights British & World English

Used to refer to a state of fear, panic, or confusion so extreme that it is impossible to act or think normally

rabbit food British & World English

Salad, seen as insubstantial or tasteless

rabbit hole British & World English

A rabbit’s burrow

rock rabbit British & World English

South African term for rock hyrax.

rabbit board British & World English

A body of people responsible for controlling the population of wild rabbits in an area

rabbit fence British & World English

A fence erected to prevent the spread of wild rabbits and other agricultural pests from one region to another; a rabbit-proof fence

rabbit fever British & World English

Informal term for tularaemia.

rabbit-proof British & World English

Designed to contain the spread of wild rabbits and other agricultural pests

rabbit punch British & World English

A sharp chop with the edge of the hand to the back of the neck

rabbit inspector British & World English

An official who enforces regulations relating to the control of the population of wild rabbits in an area

rabbit's foot British & World English

The foot of a rabbit carried as a good luck charm

rabbit-proof fence British & World English

A fence erected to prevent the spread of wild rabbits and other agricultural pests from one region to another, especially the long fence that forms the state barrier of Western Australia

rabbit-eared bandicoot British & World English

A burrowing Australian bandicoot with long ears, long limbs, and a long furry tail

rabbit's-foot clover British & World English

A slender clover with narrow leaflets that are soft and silky and light pink flower heads that are slightly cylindrical and very fuzzy

pull a rabbit out of the hat British & World English

Do something unexpected but ingeniously effective in response to a problem

bunny British & World English

A child’s term for a rabbit

bunny rabbit in bunny British & World English

A child’s term for a rabbit

jackrabbit British & World English

A hare found on the prairies and steppes of North America

Welsh rarebit British & World English

Another term for rarebit.

warren British & World English

A network of interconnecting rabbit burrows

rabbit bandicoot in rabbit-eared bandicoot British & World English

A burrowing Australian bandicoot with long ears, long limbs, and a long furry tail

snowshoe hare British & World English

A North American hare with large hairy hind feet, fairly small ears, and a white winter coat

snowshoe rabbit in snowshoe hare British & World English

A North American hare with large hairy hind feet, fairly small ears, and a white winter coat

European rabbit in rabbit British & World English

A gregarious burrowing plant-eating mammal, with long ears, long hind legs, and a short tail

like a deer in the headlights in headlight British & World English

Used to refer to a state of fear, panic, or confusion so extreme that it is impossible to act or think normally

pull a rabbit out of the hat in rabbit British & World English

Do something unexpected but ingeniously effective in response to a problem

pull or bring a rabbit out of the or a hat in rabbit British & World English

Do something unexpected but ingeniously effective in response to a problem