(verb)Simplepasttense and pastparticiple of rabbit.
(noun) any of various common gregarious burrowing leporid mammals, esp Oryctolagus cuniculus of Europe and North Africa and the cottontail of America. They are closely related and similar to hares but are smaller and have shorter ears
(noun) the fur of such an animal
(noun) a novice or poor performer at a game or sport
(verb) to hunt or shoot rabbits
(verb) to talk inconsequentially; chatter
Use "rabbited" in a sentence
"The bars of these sashes are "rabbited" on both sides and double glazed, thus enclosing a stratum of air affording a good non-conductor of heat from within, or cold from without the pit."
"(Evidently addicted to CSI, she rabbited on at length about GSR -- but her superficiality is exposed here.)"
"Predictably, Stephen Peach, the CEO of ARIA, rabbited on about some number of billion downloads in Australia alone, and how that equaled $x million lost."