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  • n. an enclosure where rabbits are kept, and often bred.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A place where rabbits are kept; especially, a collection of hutches for tame rabbits.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A collection of rabbits, or the place where they are kept; a rabbit-warren.

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Examples

  • SANITATION - The art of maintaining cleanliness in the rabbitry which is the most important part of management.

    Chapter 19

  • My three children each owns one doe in our family rabbitry and are saving money for college with the returns from their doe's offspring.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • I've even seen some of those volunteer agents from America unsuccessful in their own rabbitry.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • They call the system of having each producer buck and doe in separate cubicles "subsistence rabbitry" because they cannot make enough with that system to expand.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • Various uses of rabbit manureDisposal of rabbit manureFirst class compost fertilizerMethane generatorConstruction of methane generatorEarthworms in the rabbitry

    Chapter 13

  • For rabbits in transit, use the type of feed given in the rabbitry.

    Chapter 15

  • Author's introductionAuthor's prefaceSelecting a breedMethods of breedingHow to breedThe rabbitry and its equipmentFeeds and feedingFeeding rabbitsCoprophagyReproductionManaging the herdVarious uses of rabbit manureTypes of productionMarketing rabbitsSimplified tanningCooking recipesMultiple-project approach to rabbitryGlossaryGlossary

    Chapter 19

  • Author's introductionAuthor's prefaceSelecting a breedMethods of breedingHow to breedThe rabbitry and its equipmentFeeds and feedingFeeding rabbitsCoprophagyReproductionManaging the herdVarious uses of rabbit manureTypes of productionMarketing rabbitsSimplified tanningCooking recipesMultiple-project approach to rabbitryGlossaryHow to breed

    Chapter 6

  • Even if predators - cats, snakes, strange dogs, ants cannot gain access to the rabbitry, they may be close enough for the doe to detect their presence, and she may be frightened and kindle prematurely.

    Chapter 12

  • If rabbits are sold on regular schedule to a dealer, have marketable stock segregated and confined outside of the rabbitry or at its entrance.

    Chapter 12

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  • She carefully closed a communicating door as they entered into what looked like a glorified rabbitry at the end of a marble-flagged hall (a converted bathroom, as it transpired).
    --Vladimir Nabokov, 1969, Ada, or Ardor

    November 5, 2009