rabbit punch


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rabbit punch

slang Any quick punch that does not have much power behind it. The nimble little boxer kept outmaneuvering his hulking opponent, wearing him down with barrage after barrage of rabbit punches throughout the match.
See also: punch, rabbit

rabbit punch

n. a quick little punch. (Boxing and general slang.) She battered him with about forty rabbit punches on the arm. Boy, is he ever sore!
See also: punch, rabbit
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STILL dazed, he stumbled from his corner to receive a rabbit punch from the Scottish School Board Association, who joined in the chorus of calls for his resignation.
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Ruiz hit the deck again after 50 seconds but this time he had been sent tumbling over the ropes by a rabbit punch to the back of his head.
Ruiz complained he'd been hit by another rabbit punch but there was no doubting the punch that rattled his senses before Haye delivered a clip to the back of his head.
Emmanuel Adebayor flailed away with slapping punches, Cesc Fabregas took on Frank Lampard, Emmanuel Eboue laid out Wayne Bridge with a rabbit punch to the back of the head.
Inspector Chandler, meanwhile, was in his office rolling around the floor, holding his goolies, a result of a rabbit punch by his bit-on-the- side, DC Kate Spears.
Prop Sandy Carmichael had his cheekbone smashed, Fergus Slattery had two teeth loosened and was concussed, John Pullin was floored by a punch from behind and Gareth Edwards decked by a rabbit punch.