One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An imaginary rabbit said to bring gifts to children at Easter.
- ‘With the Easter bunny lurking on the horizon, children's mouths are watering at the prospect of the arrival of a mountain of chocolate.’
- ‘When I was a lad, the Easter bunny would bring a solitary, basic chocolate egg.’
- ‘We have dispensed with the idea of the Easter bunny and the kids get baskets filled with things like baseball cards and colored, sparkly lip gloss.’
- ‘My son's expecting a letter from the Easter bunny.’
- ‘She attracted shoppers to the event dressed as the Easter bunny.’
- ‘I was always the type of kid who never believed in Santa or the Easter bunny and even took joy in catching my parents laying out gifts.’
- ‘Sure, it was possible; but it was also possible that the Easter bunny really did exist!’
- ‘‘If I believe that, I'd have to believe in the Easter bunny,’ he said.’
- ‘Joe's hat was handmade and he was pleased to meet the Easter bunny.’
- ‘He looked like a little kid after someone told him that Santa and the Easter bunny weren't real.’
- ‘In the past, I've been the Easter bunny, putting a solid chocolate rabbit in Jodi's room every year.’
- ‘I hope the Easter bunny brings you lots of chocolate!’
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