rabbit's foot

(redirected from Rabbit foot)

rabbit’s foot

proverbial good luck charm. [Western Folklore: Misc.]
References in periodicals archive ?
Interestingly, carrying a rabbit foot is not good luck in the Year of the Rabbit.
Cadbury is putting its best rabbit foot forward in the battle of the bunnies by pitting its Caramel bunny against Mars' MaltEaster Bunny and Nestle's new Kit Kat Bunny next Easter.
While holding for takeoff, the pilot lazily fingered the fuzzy fur of his lucky rabbit foot.
While Stattos everywhere can rhyme off scores and league positions, Football Gallimaufry charts what really matters - from goalie Alan Rough's lucky rabbit foot to pie recipes.
I have learned how to make moisturiser out of lard - horrible; use a freshly hacked-off rabbit foot to use as a blusher brush - disgusting, and this morning I applied my lipstick with a twig - not a good look.
Bessie Smith, "The Empress of the Blues," began in the Rabbit Foot minstrelsy troupe, as did jazz great LouisJordan.
It often takes talent and an unusually lucky rabbit foot to propel a band to notice.
You already know about wedding cakes and fertility, which rabbit foot to carry, why walking under a ladder is bad luck, why we knock on wood, feed a cold and starve a fever, and how luck ties in with the sneeze, yawning, hiccups, warts, garlic, a pinch of salt--stuff like that, right?
B Salt club the they Gra www 935T Sto The Don sinc the L the pla|BLUES duo Rabbit Foot are playing tburn Blues Club at the town's cricket b tomorrow night.