bunny rabbit

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Noun1.bunny rabbit - (usually informal) especially a young rabbitbunny rabbit - (usually informal) especially a young rabbit
rabbit, cony, coney - any of various burrowing animals of the family Leporidae having long ears and short tails; some domesticated and raised for pets or food
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
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Toby also loves his bunny rabbit to stroke when he is tired
While the production was a live performance, it was also a film set onto which we had somehow wandered; we peered over the cameramen's shoulders as Portnoy cried onto the head of a bunny rabbit, telling us jokes that were impervious to interpretation, confusing us in the most sublime way.
there's something lurking and we don't think it's a fluffy bunny rabbit.
Customers can buy raffles for $1 or six for $5, with a chance to win a $400, three foot tall, 17 pound chocolate bunny rabbit named "Harvey".
And he's got cute bunny rabbit teeth at the front, too.
Awesome clowns, fabulous magicians, live bunny rabbit, balloon animals, comedy magic, face painting, website for pictures.
Lately, we started receiving emails from kids around the world informing us that they would like to see Kitty cat and Bunny rabbit on their iPhones.
As well as a miniature cot, above, finished in edible gold and bronze lustre, the baby has inspired a chocolate bunny rabbit, chocolate baby booties and a chocolate rattle and cushion.
Summary: The Italian, the bunny rabbit or the dishwasher -- which sort of driver are you?
For one thing when I was little I had this pet bunny rabbit that I loved so much.
My least favourite would be North, where Bruce Willis is dressed as a pink bunny rabbit on the front.