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  • adj. Similar to a rabbit.
  • adj. Similar to that of a rabbit; as, rabbitlike ears, rabbitlike behavior, etc.


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rabbit +‎ -like


  • Creatures under strain from climate change include the American pika, a rabbitlike animal that lives on talus, or broken rock, in western alpine mountain regions.

    Brenda Ekwurzel, Ph.D.: Small Creatures and Climate Change: How Warming Can "Shuffle the Deck" of Creatures That Thrive

  • After two or three rabbitlike blinks, Herman scrambled away and disappeared to the rear of the shop.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • The ones that hadn't been eaten yet were smoking over the fire, along with strips of meat from the small rabbitlike animals that Hywel and Darian had killed.

    Elephant in the City

  • A little man with a bald head and one of those cowboy string ties runs around rabbitlike, talking into the sort of microphone head pieces that you see on movie directors or air traffic controllers.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • Butters stared at Phil with horror, then let out a somewhat rabbitlike shriek and scurried back from him.

    Dead Beat

  • Rowan thrashed blindly, heard a rabbitlike scream.


  • Gemma hopped from dry spot to dry spot, rabbitlike, grabbing vegetation to steady herself and cursing Kincaid for his longer legs.

    Mourn Not Your Dead

  • The first had been a rodent, both rabbitlike and rat-like; bigger than a rat, but small for a rabbit.

    The Silver Gryphon

  • The bullet had practically torn his head loose from his body—the corpse reminded Jake of a dead rabbit, perhaps because Chick had rabbitlike teeth, exposed now in a stiff grimace.

    The Lonesome Dove Series

  • Taking three powerful, rabbitlike hops she sprang into the air.

    The Black Wing


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