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Old World rabbit

Noun1.Old World rabbit - common grayish-brown burrowing animal native to southern Europe and northern Africa but introduced elsewhere; widely domesticated and developed in various colors and for various needs; young born naked and helpless
coney, cony, European rabbit, genus Oryctolagus, hare, Oryctolagus, Oryctolagus cuniculus, rabbit
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Old World beaver
Old World buffalo
Old World chat
Old World coot
Old World coral snake
Old World crayfish
Old World flycatcher
Old World hop hornbeam
Old World jay
Old World least weasel
Old World leishmaniasis
Old World mistletoe
Old World monkey
Old World oriole
Old World porcupine
Old World quail
-- Old World rabbit --
Old World robin
Old World scops owl
Old World vulture
Old World warbler
Old world white pelican
Old World yew
old-age insurance
old-age pension
old-age pensioner
Old-fashioned
old-fashionedness
old-field toadflax
Old-gentlemanly
old-hat
old-maid's bonnet
old-maidish
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