- n. Plural form of jackrabbit.
“Griffith has had his scouts looking for players who will do well on artificial turf — strong arms, "jackrabbits," and boys who "have a lot of cat in 'em" — but if the air in the arena turns out to be hot and light, he'll wish he had signed some home-run hitters instead.”
“The resident jackrabbits rolled their eyes seductively at Gerald and lay on their backs like cats.”
“Every morning in January 2007 there were a dozen jackrabbits and cottontails around the house, digging through the snow for frozen grass.”
“Beneath them, deer and jackrabbits bound down the cracked and pitted streets.”
“It certainly isn't the purist's simulated shooting gallery: The free-roaming levels play like a first-person shooter, with weaponry and cartoonish aim to match, so you're free to Rambo across the landscape, mowing down jackrabbits and wild turkeys with impunity — just don't get too close to the odd killer boar.”
“Now jackrabbits that is a different story I had 2 in one day sommersault and run after getting plastered by soga #4 at 20-25 yds.”
“He loved that gun, and shot running jackrabbits with it.”
“Babsfish4life dont eat rock chucks a friend of mine ate one once and had the s@#ts for a week but thats all we'll probaly have left after the wolves are done those and jackrabbits.”
“As far as salvaging the carcasses: I don't pick up the gophers or jackrabbits when I shoot them either.”
“Of course, if you see pedestrians only after an hour or two of driving with nothing on the road but jackrabbits, antelopes, or open range cows, you may be more patient with humans.”
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