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  • adj. Characteristic of, or resembling a hare


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  • Yet, soaked though we were, Ossip might verily have known the number of cracks in advance, so smooth and harelike was his progress from floe to floe as at intervals he faced about, watched us, and cried sonorously:

    Through Russia

  • But there was nothing else harelike about him, for he was homicidally mad, and had killed two men and half killed a third before

    Jan A Dog and a Romance

  • As far as Metcovich we were in Austrian territory, but there we fell into the Asiatic order of things, meeting a frontier guard of ragged Turkish regulars, to whom the visas on our passports seemed of small account, in view of their evident desire to regard us as enemies; and all along the road to Mostar we had the scowling faces of the native Mussulmans bent on us as we passed, and the few Christians we saw wore an air of harelike timidity.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist


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