bunny


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bunny

delivers chocolates, etc., to children. [Western Folklore: Jobes, 487]
See: Easter
References in classic literature ?
Bunny had driven the cat into the green-house, he locked the door.
And when the hours are small enough, Bunny, my boy, I don't mind admitting I shall be very glad to have you with me.
Well, I'm not sure that I shall want you after all, Bunny.
But I still don't like leading you in where it isn't absolutely necessary, Bunny.
I might even have had a turn, if only I had been less uneasy about you, Bunny.
He didn't insist, Bunny, and I danced down his stairs with your address in my pocket.
And there's the old club, getting put into a crate for the Jubilee; by Jove, Bunny, we ought to be there.
Meanwhile, Bunny, I may call upon you to dispose of the boodle.
Only remember, Bunny, it's my turn next to pay the shot
No, Bunny, I never thought of it till I saw that upper part empty about a month ago, and bought a few things in the shop to get the lie of the land.
You mayn't believe it, Bunny," said he, "but I never carried a loaded one before.
But you're the very man for me, Bunny, the--very--man