bunny suit


Definition of bunny suit

1 : a costume or garment that is imitative of a rabbit and typically has large, often pink ears … Nicholson would wear a pink bunny suit at Easter and walk around the offices giving out candy.— Marty Hughley
2 : a usually white garment that covers the entire body and that is worn by workers to prevent contamination (as in a clean room)

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Employees, dressed in bunny suits, work in an aseptic space within Pfizer's Rocky Mount, N.C. facility. Erika Fry, Fortune, "Critical Condition: Inside Pfizer’s Drug Supply Problem," 22 May 2018 Even the President of the United States has to cede the spotlight to the guy in the big bunny suit at the White House Easter Egg Roll. Ashley Hoffman, Time, "What's That Easter Bunny Thinking About at the White House Egg Roll? The Internet Has Some Guesses," 2 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of bunny suit

1916, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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