noun, plural bun·nies.
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Origin of bunny
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Example sentences from the Web for bunny
“As much as I love sunny meadows and bunnies, I also love spooky forests with owls,” she says.The Wonderful Weirdness of Christine McConnell, Queen of Creepy Cookies|Tim Teeman|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He resisted the lures of the buckle bunnies who linger late in a rodeo arena, looking to sidle up against the winners.
Adventuresome moviegoers can thank the Oscars as bunnies can thank spring.
In fact, my mother brought a copy to the club and circulated it among the bunnies.
The Playboy Club had just premiered, the new NBC show about Playboy Bunnies back in the day.
Their fur gets all wet and roughened up, and they look more like half-drowned rats than pretty, fluffy bunnies.Bumper, The White Rabbit|George Ethelbert Walsh
Meanwhile the dogs are having a rare time of it hustling the bunnies forward.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
Oh, Bert, its a shame to shoot the bunnies, but we cant starve!The Bobbsey Twins at Cedar Camp|Laura Lee Hope
Then the Bunnies very politely escorted Robin home, which was really just round the corner.Robin's Rambles|May Byron
The 'bunnies,' as Miss Dorothy Stacy called them, were a source of continual delight to me.An American Girl in London|Sara Jeannette Duncan