\\ˈrabə̇d.ē\ adjective
Etymology: rabbit + -y
1. : overrun with rabbits

a rabbity region

2. : resembling (as in appearance) a rabbit or that of a rabbit

rabbity teeth

3. : timid, shy

a rabbity little clerk

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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