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{adj: bizarre, eccentric, freakish, freaky, flaky, flakey, gonzo, off-the-wall, outlandish, outre} conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual
"restaurants of bizarre design--one like a hat, another like a rabbit"
"famed for his eccentric spelling"
"a freakish combination of styles"
"his off-the-wall antics"
"the outlandish clothes of teenagers"
"outre and affected stage antics"

{adj: plantigrade} (of mammals) walking on the whole sole of the foot (as rabbits, raccoons, bears, and humans do)
<-> digitigrade

{adj: rabbit-sized} having the approximate size of a rabbit

{adj: redux} brought back
"the Victorian era redux"
"`Rabbit Redux' by John Updike"

{adj: tracked} having tracks
"new snow tracked by rabbits"
"tracked vehicles"
<-> trackless

{n: Angora, Angora rabbit} domestic breed of rabbit with long white silky hair

{n: Bacillus anthracis, anthrax bacillus} a species of bacillus that causes anthrax in humans and in animals (cattle and swine and sheep and rabbits and mice and guinea pigs); can be used a bioweapon

{n: Belgian hare, leporide} red breed of domestic rabbits; hybrid between Old World rabbit and hare

{n: Brer Rabbit} the fictional character of a rabbit who appeared in tales supposedly told by Uncle Remus and first published in 1880

{n: Easter bunny} a rabbit that delivers Easter eggs

{n: European rabbit, Old World rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus} common greyish-brown burrowing animal native to southern Europe and northern Africa but introduced elsewhere; widely domesticated and developed in various colors and for various needs; young are born naked and helpless

{n: Friedman test, rabbit test} pregnancy test that involves injecting some of the woman's urine into an unmated female rabbit and later examining the ovaries of the rabbit; presence of corpora lutea indicates that the woman is pregnant

{n: Ixodes dentatus} usually does not bite humans; transmits Lyme disease spirochete to cottontail rabbits and wood rats

{n: Ixodes spinipalpis} usually does not bite humans; transmits Lyme disease spirochete to cottontail rabbits and wood rats

{n: Lagomorpha, order Lagomorpha} rabbits; hares; pikas; formerly considered the suborder Duplicidentata of the order Rodentia

{n: Leporidae, family Leporidae} hares and rabbits

{n: Oryctolagus, genus Oryctolagus} Old World rabbits

{n: Sylvilagus, genus Sylvilagus} North American rabbits

{n: Welsh rarebit, Welsh rabbit, rarebit} cheese melted with ale or beer served over toast

{n: Wynnea americana} a fungus composed of several apothecia that look like elongated rabbit ears; the sterile surface is dark brown and warty; the fertile surface is smooth and pinkish orange

{n: agouti, Dasyprocta aguti} agile long-legged rabbit-sized rodent of Central America and South America and the West Indies; valued as food

{n: baby} a very young mammal
"baby rabbits"

{n: beagling} hunting rabbits with beagles

{n: bunny, bunny girl} a young waitress in a night club whose costume includes the tail and ears of a rabbit

{n: bunny, bunny rabbit} (usually informal) especially a young rabbit

{n: dik-dik} any of several small antelopes of eastern Africa of the genus Madoqua; the size of a large rabbit

{n: ferret} domesticated albino variety of the European polecat bred for hunting rats and rabbits

{n: golden polypody, serpent fern, rabbit's-foot fern, Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum} tropical American fern with brown scaly rhizomes cultivated for its large deeply lobed deep bluish-green fronds; sometimes placed in genus Polypodium

{n: hare} swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes

{n: harrier} a hound that resembles a foxhound but is smaller; used to hunt rabbits

{n: lapin, rabbit} the fur of a rabbit

{n: lapin} castrated male rabbit

{n: leporid, leporid mammal} rabbits and hares

{n: marsh hare, swamp rabbit, Sylvilagus palustris} of marshy coastal areas from North Carolina to Florida

{n: myxomatosis} a viral disease (usually fatal) of rabbits

{n: pika, mouse hare, rock rabbit, coney, cony} small short-eared burrowing mammal of rocky uplands of Asia and western North America

{n: rabbit brush, rabbit bush, Chrysothamnus nauseosus} pleasantly aromatic shrub having erect slender flexible hairy branches and dense clusters of small yellow flowers covering vast areas of western alkali plains and affording a retreat for jackrabbits; source of a yellow dye used by the Navajo

{n: rabbit burrow, rabbit hole} a hole in the ground as a nest made by wild rabbits

{n: rabbit ears} an indoor TV antenna; consists of two extendible rods that form a V

{n: rabbit hutch} a hutch for rabbits

{n: rabbit punch} a short chopping blow to the back of the neck

{n: rabbit, coney, cony} any of various burrowing animals of the family Leporidae having long ears and short tails; some domesticated and raised for pets or food

{n: rabbit, hare} flesh of any of various rabbits or hares (wild or domesticated) eaten as food

{n: rabbit-eared bandicoot, rabbit bandicoot, bilby, Macrotis lagotis} bandicoot with leathery ears like a rabbit

{n: rabbiteye blueberry, rabbit-eye blueberry, rabbiteye, Vaccinium ashei} shrub of southeastern United States grown commercially especially for canning industry

{n: rabbitweed, rabbit-weed, snakeweed, broom snakeweed, broom snakeroot, turpentine weed, Gutierrezia sarothrae} low-growing sticky subshrub of southwestern United States having narrow linear leaves on many slender branches and hundreds of tiny yellow flower heads

{n: rat kangaroo, kangaroo rat} any of several rabbit-sized ratlike Australian kangaroos

{n: raw vegetable, rabbit food} an uncooked vegetable

{n: rock hyrax, rock rabbit, Procavia capensis} hyrax that lives in rocky areas

{n: snowshoe hare, snowshoe rabbit, varying hare, Lepus americanus} large large-footed North American hare; white in winter

{n: swamp rabbit, canecutter, swamp hare, Sylvilagus aquaticus} of southeastern United States swamps and lowlands

{n: tularemia, tularaemia, rabbit fever, deer fly fever, yatobyo} a highly infectious disease of rodents (especially rabbits and squirrels) and sometimes transmitted to humans by ticks or flies or by handling infected animals

{n: warren, rabbit warren} a series of connected underground tunnels occupied by rabbits

{n: warren, rabbit warren} an overcrowded residential area

{n: warrener} maintains a rabbit warren

{n: warren} a colony of rabbits

{n: wood rabbit, cottontail, cottontail rabbit} common small rabbit of North America having greyish or brownish fur and a tail with a white underside; a host for Ixodes pacificus and Ixodes scapularis (Lyme disease ticks)

{v: capture, catch} capture as if by hunting, snaring, or trapping
"I caught a rabbit in the trap toady"

{v: chase, chase after, trail, tail, tag, give chase, dog, go after, track} go after with the intent to catch
"The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"
"the dog chased the rabbit"

{v: draw a bead on} aim with a gun
"The hunter drew a bead on the rabbit"

{v: jug} stew in an earthenware jug
"jug the rabbit"

{v: rabbit} hunt rabbits

{v: rant, mouth off, jabber, spout, rabbit on, rave} talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner

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