Definition of 'bunny'
Example sentences containing 'bunny'
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The defence mechanism came in the form of bunny ears and a smartphone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You just have to pray she's not a bunny boiler. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One gym bunny admitted:'You know all those exercise mats you see lying around? The Sun (2016)The club's former cloakroom attendant has been given the crazed grin of a bunny boiler and arms that seem more like distressed eels than human limbs. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We were gym bunnies together, pushing the limits of our injuries, making plans for what might become of the rest of our lives. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was no sign of a mobile phone and a distinct absence of the bunny ears that sent the Formula One world champion into fits of giggles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What kind of bunny boiler actually does this? Times, Sunday Times (2010)They agree that bunny rabbits have five legs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When did you turn into a gym bunny? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then you wonder why he calls you a bunny boiler. The Sun (2007)He is more fluffy bunny than hot rabbit. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now a younger generation of gym bunnies has put the boot camp back into ballet. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now he has a bunny boiler who has dug her heels in. The Sun (2006)Fancy yourself as a ski bunny? The Sun (2015)The England striker has not looked a happy bunny in recent weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The ski bunnies expect the very best, too. The Sun (2014)So she's not what you would call a happy bunny. The Sun (2012)We don't want cute little bunny rabbits choking on our plastic bottles. The Sun (2008)That's because some man wearing bunny ears is in my way. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Who bought the 70 bunny costume? Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Trends of 'bunny'
Used Occasionally. bunny is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'bunny'
British English: bunny NOUN
A bunny is a child's word for a rabbit.
Definition of bunny from the Collins English Dictionary
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