Thesaurus / rabbits
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They were the quaintest and simplest and trustingest race; why, they were nothing but rabbits.

The symptoms were the same as those observed in cats and rabbits after the administration of caffein.

Together they ranged the forests beyond The Place in search of rabbits.

Lad: A DogAlbert Payson Terhune

They walked and they walked, but Heaven mercifully preserved the rabbits.

Plain Mary SmithHenry Wallace Phillips

“I suggest that you eat the rabbits,” the Professor laughed.

The Shadow PassesRoy J. Snell

There are rabbits and geese and beef to cook, which is cooked and which cook you can decide.

But for the rabbits there is no way over but through the stream itself.

In the West CountryFrancis A. Knight

Count—The fact is, there are thousands of rabbits; but shooting rabbits is such fun!

We shall never make much of a success if we have half a dozen kinds of chickens, pigeons or rabbits.

Outdoor Sports and GamesClaude H. Miller

Here elk and deer are bred, there are abundant hares and rabbits, and also woodcock, grouse and snipe shooting.


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