Definition of bunny
1 : rabbit; especially : a young rabbit
2 : a desirable young woman
Recent Examples of bunny from the Web
About a year and change before Ricky Martin took over in earnest, Danish trio Los Umbrellos delivered a Latin Pop explosion as imagined by McG; all beach bunnies, gaudy primary colors and kitschy Spanglish cheese.
Workers discovered the cages were filled with ducklings, quail, parakeets, bunnies, love birds, chickens, roosters and finches.
In Sean Spicer's 45 years, he's worked for four congressmen, been the spokesman for several Republican political groups and wore a giant bunny suit during White House Easter Egg Rolls.
When born in their shallow, hidden ground nests, baby bunnies can be difficult to spot.
Dogs and other digging animals and yard implements such as lawn mowers pose a threat to baby bunnies during their initial development.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of bunny
English dialect bun rabbit
First Known Use: circa 1699See Words from the same year
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Definition of bunny for English Language Learners
: a rabbit; especially : a young rabbit
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