noun, plural rab·bits, (especially collectively) rab·bit for 1–3.
Origin of rabbit
Related formsrab·bit·like, rab·bit·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for rabbity
His cheeks were getting flushed and his eyes were large and rabbity.Pluck on the Long Trail|Edwin L. Sabin
Ask any one who has shot in the rabbity fields of southern New Jersey.The Face of the Fields|Dallas Lore Sharp
Randolph relentlessly stalked another of the rabbity creatures.The Holes Around Mars|Jerome Bixby
As soon as he had his camera and lantern, we went cautiously to the rabbity side of the woods; several ran past us.Wild Animals at Home|Ernest Thompson Seton
British Dictionary definitions for rabbity
noun plural -bits or -bit
Word Origin for rabbit
Idioms and Phrases with rabbity
see pull (a rabbit) out of a hat.