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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 committee 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

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-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

rabbit-proof fence in rabbit fence British & World English

A fence erected to prevent the spread of wild rabbits and other agricultural pests from one region to another

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 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