|breed of rabbit||Belgian hare|
|(Mathematics) add a quantity to itself a specified number of times (i.e. 4 x 2 = 8); increase in quantity, produce a large number of; reproduce, procreate, have many offspring, breed, increase in amount, many times or ways, perform multiplication||multiply|
|a sheep with fine long wool of a breed originating in the Cotswolds, England, relating to the Cotswolds||Cotswold|
|Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), sixteenth president of the United States (1861-65); capital city of Nebraska (USA), breed of sheep||Lincoln|
|adult female deer or antelope; female rabbit||doe|
|African breed of dog that cannot bark||Basenji|
|African hyrax, rock rabbit||rock hyrax|
|Africander, Afrikaner, breed of S African beef cattle, breed of S African sheep, breed of tall red cattle that were originally developed in South Africa; Afrikaner (native of Cape Province and a descendant of Dutch settlers)||Afrikander|
|aggressive breed of dog, watch dog, guard dog; large powerful breed of dog used as a watch dog (e.g. mastiff)||bandog|
|agreeable or safe, caring, compassionate, essence of something, generous, gentle, good-hearted, benevolent; understanding, group of individuals that share features, loving, something inferior, type, sort, class, breed, group of things which are classed...||kind|
|Airedale terrier, breed of large coarse-haired dogs||Airedale|
|Alaskan malamute, large Alaskan breed of dog often used to pull sleds, malemute, working dog||malamute|
|American wild horse, breed of small horses of Spanish origin, first breed of horse used by American Indians; naval officer who was commissioned while he was enlisted (US Navy Slang)||mustang|
|animal of Latin American breed, being Latin American animal, Latin American of European descent, of Latin Americans of European descent||criollo|
|animal resulting from cross-species mating, compound, containing mixed elements, crossbred, crossbreed, mixed breed, cross between two animals or plants from different breeds or species, plant resulting from crossing, unusual as an electronic circuit, ...||hybrid|
|animal with long ears and long hind legs, any of several small species of rodent from the family Leporidae; fur of a rabbit, device that racing greyhounds chase, hare, hunt for rabbits; talk, gab, chat; complain, hunt rabbits, pacesetter in race, rabbi...||rabbit|
|any of a number of rodentlike mammals with long ears and long hind legs designed for leaping (related to the rabbit), large member of rabbit family, run, flee (British)||hare|
|arrange by degrees, assign a grade, assign a rank to, give a mark or grade to; organize, classify; make level, food classification, gradient, ground level, improve a breed, level in a scale of progression, make a road level, mark for quality of work, m...||grade|
|attack, attack; bully, breed of dog; stubborn person, English bulldog, force a steer to the ground, pistol, smooth-haired dog, suggestive of a bulldog, brave, tenacious||bulldog|
|basset hound, short-legged French-breed hunting dog||basset|
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