Bunny and Fox

Bunny

Bunny noun - (usually informal) especially a young rabbit.
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Fox and bunny are semantically related in attractive woman topic. In some cases you can use "Fox" instead a noun "Bunny".

Fox

Fox noun - A lovely woman.
Usage example: she's a real fox—smart, sassy, and sexy

Bunny and fox are semantically related in attractive woman topic. You can use "Bunny" instead a noun "Fox".

Nearby Word: foxy

Both words in one sentence

  • Reel Fiction (hosted here): A bear, a gorilla, a bunny and a fox jump from 'verse to 'verse.
  • Webcomic / Kubera Elwin has bunny ears, Shuri has fox ears, Maruna has ...feathery flappy ear..thingies?
  • May–December Romance: The other thing about Sigfried and the bunny that disturbs the fox.
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