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Definition of rabbit

rabbit

  • Copper, as electrical wire, stripped or burned clean, then sold as scrap for cash.
    Bob you best pick up your rabbit, before it walks!
    I just wanna get the rabbit to pay the bills.

    Last edited on Jan 15 2016. Submitted by Alvin E. from Harrisonville, MO, USA on Feb 06 2000.

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  • a poor game player; noob, esp. in poker and cricket.
    You rabbit, i don't wanna play with you.

    Last edited on Jan 15 2016. Submitted by Chuck S. on Sep 15 2015.

  • a very horny person that sometimes has many sexual relationships and mates, like that of a rabbit.

    Last edited on Sep 15 2015. Submitted by Chuck S. on Sep 15 2015.

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