noun, plural hares, (especially collectively) hare.
verb (used without object), hared, har·ing.
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Origin of hare
OTHER WORDS FROM hareharelike, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH harehair, hare
Example sentences from the Web for hare
Like the tortoise in the race with the hare, he just kept coming, moving slowly but relentlessly toward his goal.George P. Shultz, counsel and Cabinet member for two Republican presidents, dies at 100|Michael Abramowitz, David Hoffman|February 8, 2021|Washington Post
Energy providers will need to replace not merely the hares but also the tortoises, the large fossil-fueled plants that still supply around 60 percent of our electricity.
Despite their fortitude, mountain hares are Britain’s fastest-declining mammal, due to unregulated hunting and habitat loss.These Photos Remind Us Why Conservation Matters - Issue 92: Frontiers|Kevin Berger|November 11, 2020|Nautilus
Readers will encounter mischievous hares, plucky heroes and heroines, and fearsome monsters.
In one post on her blog, paridust, the fashion blogger Pari Ehsan poses in front of a 1980s Keith Haring work.She's Got the Look: How Pari Ehsan Marries Fashion and Art|Allison McNearney|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Like Keith Haring, he took his art to the streets, and like Banksy, the Russian known only as Pavel P183 did his work anonymously.
A photo of Haring posing next to it is featured in the exhibition.Keith Haring’s Public, Political Art at Paris’s Musée D’Art Moderne|Alice Cavanagh|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If one wants Schnabel, they all want Schnabel, if one buys a Keith Haring, two hundred Keith Harings will be sold.
Andy Warhol and the graffiti artist Keith Haring quickly take over.
In 1748, Elbert Haring received a grant of land which was undoubtedly the farm shown in the Ratzer map.Greenwich Village|Anna Alice Chapin
British Dictionary definitions for hare (1 of 3)
noun plural hares or hare
Derived forms of hareharelike, adjective
Word Origin for hare
British Dictionary definitions for hare (2 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for hare (3 of 3)
Word Origin for Hare
Idioms and Phrases with hare
see mad as a hatter (March hare); run with (the hare).