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  1. bun·ny
    IPA[ˈbənē]
  2. noun

    • 1. a rabbit, especially a young one.

    • 2. a person of a specified type or in a specified mood:

      ski slopes crawling with snow bunnies that dumb bunny actually thought I was a famous writer
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: bunny, plural noun: bunnies

    • noun

      a child's term for a rabbit.

      a club hostess or waitress wearing a skimpy costume with ears and a tail suggestive of a rabbit.

    • verb

      jump forward in a crouched position:

      move a vehicle forward jerkily:

    • noun

      a jump in a crouched position.

      a short jump or jerky forward movement made on a bicycle or by a vehicle.

    • plural

      a pair of artificial rabbit ears attached to a headband, typically worn as part of a costume:

      a hand gesture in which the middle and index fingers are held in a V-shape behind someone's head so as to resemble the ears of a rabbit, typically as a prank while a photograph is being taken:

    • noun

      a hooded sweatshirt:

      a dance performed to ragtime music, popular in the early 20th century:

    • noun

      an animal lover; a conservationist.
    • noun

      a woman who is a follower or devotee of rodeos and cowboys.
    • noun

      a woman who acts vengefully after having been spurned by her lover.
    • noun

      a gentle ski slope suitable for beginners.
    • noun

      a ball of dust and fluff.
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