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Spell check of rabbit

Correct spelling: rabbit

ferret, sheep, marmot, lapin, Normandy, koala, ermine, reindeer, raccoon, bat, Arctic hare, beaver, coonskin, gnu, dingo, goat, lagomorph, chinchilla, leveret, stoat, Angora, lynx, rock rabbit, sloth, cavy, hamster, opossum, camelopard, pika, lemming, cougar, black bear, gopher, beef, arctic fox, zebra, ibex, echidna, coyote, rat, ocelot, shrew, possum, Polish, cony, pygmy, buffalo, yak, squirrel, porcupine, jaguar, hog, goose, lion, leopard, antelope, mouse hare, bearskin, elk, tiger, chipmunk, otter, duck, deer, alpaca, cashmere, hippopotamus, cow, mule, Siberian, weasel, Flemish, platypus, Silver, felt, rhinoceros, hare, horse, bighorn sheep, mouse, hyrax, bison, badger, fox, swine, mole, cheetah, dog, bear, panda, skunk, crab, tapeti, dromedary, elephant, bunny, hedgehog, brush, bobcat, mink, puma, hyena, cat, caribou, ox, swamp, sable, snowshoe, anteater, cottontail, pig, ground beef, mongoose, donkey, European hare, Sylvilagus, wolf, panther, jackal, coney, wallaby, gazelle, dassie, wombat, Ostend, moose, chicken, polecat, kangaroo, giraffe, dark meat, Easter bunny, snowshoe hare, das, camel, burro, stag, bacon, animal, crabmeat, horseflesh, llama, camelhair.

Examples of usage:

1) Do you remember when we were living here, riding up the range, sometimes we'd start a cow, or steer, and it would plunge away through the brushwood, scared as a rabbit! - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.

2) He'll have his rabbit, the villain! - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

3) Cherami, seeing nothing but rabbit, made a wry face, and muttered under his breath: Apparently they are on a rabbit diet here. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.