from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A mouth like that of a hare; used attributively, having a formation of the jaws which suggests harelip: as, the rabbit-mouth sucker, a catostomoid fish, otherwise called splitmouth, harelip, harelipped sucker, cutlips, and Lagochila or Quassilabia lacera.


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  • Lucian listened in the greatest admiration, his rabbit-mouth open as if he listened with that as well as with his ears.

    The Ship of Adventure


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