rabbity


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rabbity

(ˈræbɪtɪ)
adj
resembling, characteristic of, or containing rabbits
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At last, the musk-deer, the shyest and almost the smallest of the deerlets, came, too, her big rabbity ears erect; even brindled, silent mushick-nabha must needs find out what the light in the shrine meant, and drop out her moose-like nose into Purun Bhagat's lap, coming and going with the shadows of the fire.
Elsewhere he writes: "I wish I had not inherited my father's timorous, rabbity nature
I also get the sense that her default expression isn't carefree, a vague worried frown tending to predominate over a small, rather rabbity smile -- and she may also be thinking of the masterclass she's about to give at the Point Centre for Contemporary Art, where we sit in the empty patio trying to hear each other talk above the cacophonous din of cars and motorbikes screeching down Griva Digeni.
So, wisely extending the rabbity joy beyond the Easter weekend, Lindt and jeweller Thomas Sabo have joined forces to create a teeny tiny bunny charm, perfect for adding to a bracelet or necklace.
Go Hopping Mad, Seven Stories Celebrate Easter with interactive storytelling from Seven Stories' favourite rabbity books, drop in activities designed by papercraft artist Ellen Giggenbach and much more.
Families are invited to celebrate Easter with interactive storytelling from the centre's favourite rabbity books, drop-in activities designed by paper-craft artist Ellen Giggenbach, as well as author events, film screenings and more.