Pronunciation of Hare
/hˈe͡ə/, /hˈeə/, /h_ˈeə/
Synonyms for hare:
chinchilla, coney, cony, lapin.
Other synonyms and related words:
cavy, swine, platypus, arctic fox, chinchilla, cat, Lynx, tiger, hamster, zebra, bison, ocelot, reindeer, fox, ox, elephant, llama, wallaby, caribou, rhinoceros, jaguar, echidna, burro, polecat, ermine, mouse, hyena, dog, kangaroo, sable, hog, pig, rabbit, cheetah, stoat, coyote, camel, hippopotamus, skunk, bobcat, panther, possum, otter, porcupine, dromedary, mole, wolf, koala, raccoon, camelopard, ibex, squirrel, antelope, jackal, weasel, panda, bear, gazelle, leopard, sloth, buffalo, goat, rat, mule, hedgehog, giraffe, gnu, mongoose, mink, yak, sheep, lion, lemming, ferret, marmot, elk, gopher, dingo, puma, chipmunk, donkey, cougar, wombat, stag, opossum, cow, shrew, moose, alpaca, beaver, deer, horse.
rabbitlike animal (noun)
Usage examples for hare:
- Well, but that's not the question- I've got capital now, you see, and so I am going to set up a grocery business in the rag and bottle shop round the corner; and I hare called to secure your custom- that's all, Mrs. Gray." - "Rachel Gray", Julia Kavanagh.
- " I hare said nothing," she interrupted quickly. - "The Truants", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.
- " That was it," said Richard Hare. - "East Lynne", Mrs. Henry Wood.