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hare in Animals topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishharehare1 /heΙ™ $ her/ noun (plural hare or hares) [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HBAan animal like a rabbit but larger, which can run very quickly
Examples from the Corpus
hareβ€’ The only terminal casualty of this extraordinary occurrence, apart from the aeroplane, was a hare which it struck on landing.β€’ But hare and even the odd gazelle were available locally.β€’ As her scythe moved mechanically through the bean field, a sandy-colored hare was startled out of its hiding place.β€’ Then he took off in fast flight, and l saw him in vigorous chase after a snowshoe hare.β€’ And the rich, savoury smell of the hare drifted down to meet her, turning her stomach.β€’ Wild hare, unfortunately, is quite difficult to find.β€’ Younger hares take well to marinating and roasting rare; older ones need to be braised or stewed.