IPA: dʒˈækræbʌt


  • any of several large North American hares of the genus Lepus


  • (US) To make a sudden, rapid movement

Examples of "jackrabbit" in Sentences

  • The Jackrabbits defeat the Mighty Robot.
  • They gave me a freshly killed wild jackrabbit.
  • The black tailed jackrabbit is a habitat generalist.
  • There are three species of Jackrabbit of significance.
  • Instead, they speed and jackrabbit start from every stop.
  • Female black tailed jackrabbit do not prepare an elaborate nest.
  • The jackrabbit was a pest, but the cottontail was worth getting.
  • The dorsal pelage of the White sided Jackrabbit is short and coarse.
  • He said it was hoppin around their parking lot like a "jackrabbit" !
  • Burnham fittingly described these scouts as half wolf and half jackrabbit.
  • Burnham fittingly described these scouts as half wolf and half jackrabbit. .
  • I had to move the little speed slider on my sewing machine from "jackrabbit" back down to "turtle."
  • Aggressive driving such as jackrabbit starts followed by screeching stops can cut your highway and city mileage.
  • But who knows, maybe a cantalope is similar to a jackalope, a semi-imaginary animal described as a jackrabbit with antelope horns.
  • You rent a device that plugs into your car and tracks the length and frequency of your trips and the time of day you hit the road, as well as "jackrabbit" starts and panic braking.
  • The white-sided jackrabbit, which is actually a hare (genus Lepus) is called liebre blanca - white hare - in Mexico, where it is found from the northern border to the state of Jalisco.
  • The jackalope is an imaginary animal of North American folklore (a so-called "fearsome critter") described as a jackrabbit with antelope horns or deer antlers and sometimes a pheasant's tail (and often hind legs).

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