Meaning of rabbity in English:


Pronunciation /ˈrabɪti/


See rabbit

‘The playwright's rabbity, put-upon Everyloser is a clock-tower sniper in the making; a weird, nervous, socially maladjusted little knot of nerves riddled with neuroses, delusions and obsessive-compulsions.’
  • ‘There - munching on a pot plant, stuffing his insolent rabbity face.’
  • ‘He paused, his black, rabbity eyes examining the audience.’