Two conies came out on the rock above her head and peeped at her.
Everywhere among the bowlders were whistling rock-rabbits, or conies.
The conies that escape being crushed come out peeved and protesting against unnecessary disturbances.
We will show these conies of Cynwyl that we are not afraid of them.
But a number of animals—squirrels, chipmunks, conies, and beavers—store food for the winter.
As I looked about me I could not see grass enough to feed a pair of conies for a winter.
A clapper of conies, a heap of stones, &c., whereinto they retire themselves'; Cotgrave.
Varro speaketh of a towne in Spaine that was ouerthrowne by conies.
The conies are but a feeble folk, yet make they their houses in the rocks.
We must be wise as the conies, and build our nest in the cleft of the Rock of Ages.