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Definition of "rabbited" [rabbited]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of rabbit. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."
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