- n. Plural form of rabbit.
“As generations go by, there may gradually come a point, not clearly defined, when the norm of what we call rabbits will have departed so far as to deserve a different name.”
“Remove rabbits from the fridge and fill the pan with just enough water to almost cover the rabbits.”
“Yes | No | Report from cooner wrote 1 week 3 days ago the best way to hunt rabbits is with a beagle”
“He saw the watch below of stokers and trimmers bobbing out of the forecastle doors like rabbits from a warren and making their way aft over the rusty deck to the mustering of the port doctor.”
“All Answers from GiantWhitetails wrote 29 weeks 1 day ago ive noticed an increase in rabbits, but the coyotes are still there. it has rained alot this year so maybe that helped the rabbits.”
“SPCA animal protection officer who wants the university to immediately tell students that killing or hurting the rabbits is illegal and inhumane.”
“Stalking rabbits is good fun though, and a chase through the brush is all I need to get the blood pumping.”
“His tale from Beatrix Potter has not brought forth the expected responses, as the vast majority of the children, all from farming families, are firmly on the side of Mr McGregor and only interested in discussing the best way to eradicate all rabbits from the face of the earth.”
“This Labour dominated committee rightly describes McStalin as having acted for the "perceived benefit of seeming to pull rabbits from the hat".”
“Eva: Liking rabbits is definitely not a requirement for enjoying this book.”
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