- He missed a handful of bunnies around the basket.
- —Jeff Greer
Recent Examples of bunny from the Web
Also, no word on whether or not that is, in fact, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer in the bunny costume.
During the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, under the watchful, bespectacled gaze of an adult in a bunny costume, the president thanked his wife, Melania, for organizing the event.
In many ways, all the near misses, the in-and-out on the bunny layups and such reflect the frustration of a team that hasn’t been able to shoot straight all season.
Easter has long been a mix of the secular and the sacred, of candy, flowers and bunnies, symbols of spring and of church and family tradition.
Kylie’s boyfriend Travis Scott also appeared to be a big fan, posing for a photo with the bunny sculpture on Kylie’s Snapchat.
Families, volunteers and staff also had a chance to pet bunnies, a chinchilla and parrot from Erin's Farm, a non-profit and animal sanctuary in Hobart, Ind. There also were meals at the event.
Chocolate bunnies melt in a car when temperatures reach anything north of absolute zero.
Mickelson, never an advocate of the gym bunny craze, remained the human foil to the machine-like Woods.
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Origin and Etymology of bunny
First Known Use: circa 1699See Words from the same year
BUNNY Defined for English Language Learners
: a rabbit; especially : a young rabbit
BUNNY Defined for Kids
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