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Indoor television antennae. He can't get diddledy on his TV with those rabbit ears.
Phrase used to describe vegetables, especially salad.
"How can you eat that rabbit food? I want some meat on the table."
"My doctor put me on a strict diet so all I can eat is rabbit food."
Bed. I have to hit the rack by ten or I'll be tired in the morning.
To sleep. I am going to rack out for two hours.
Excellent, outstanding. Her new spiked doo is positively rad.
Excellent, outstanding. Her new book is positively radical.
Very popular. You'll never get her to go out with you: that chick's radioactive.
A large number. He had a whole raft of chickens in the back yard.
Newspaper. We get very little international news in our local rag.
To make fun of. My brother is always ragging me about my girlfriend.
A compliant person. Terry is such a rag doll; she never says no.
Rag or Ragging
Meaning to complain or nag too much.
"If you don't stop ragging the poor kid he will never listen to you."
"The next time you rag me about my cooking I'll just let you make your own dinner."
A great party. The last rage of the year was a major blast!
In bad condition. Get your raggedy ride out a here poser!
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