Definition of bunny
1 : rabbit; especially : a young rabbit
2 : a desirable young woman
Recent Examples of bunny from the Web
Makeup artist Stella Mikhail had practiced drawing the bunny on her hand before affixing one to Jordan's midsection.
Known for his comedic roles in Ride Along, Get Hard and The Wedding Ringer, Hart also voiced a bunny in The Secret Life of Pets.
The strategy led to 42 points in the paint in the first half despite the Warriors passing up a few easy looks and missing 10-plus bunnies.
In Louisiana, workers recently entered the vacuum envelope, clad in sterile bunny suits, to patch up areas where light could scatter in the tubes, cutting down on noise at low frequencies.
His Royals mural features one of his big cartoon bunnies carrying a baseball bat and a Sluggerrr doll.
A Journey Through the French Alps (Skyhorse, $22.99), a disarmingly engaging memoir by a millennial Kansan, Jonathan Arlan, presents a less daunting itinerary for those who prefer bunny slopes to black diamonds.
Currently, social media is flooded with photos of bunny-eared ribbons as tribute to those lost in the Manchester bombing, and now, tattoos of bumble bees are joining the mix.
Bunnies and mini-games…what more does a person need?
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Origin and Etymology of bunny
English dialect bun rabbit
First Known Use: circa 1699
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Definition of bunny for English Language Learners
: a rabbit; especially : a young rabbit
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