Associations to the word «Warren»
WARREN, noun. The system of burrows where rabbits live.
WARREN, noun. An enclosed piece of land set aside for breeding game, especially rabbits.
WARREN, noun. (figuratively) A mazelike place of dark alleys etc in which it's easy to lose oneself; especially one that may be overcrowded.
WARREN, noun. A heart-shaped hoe.
WARREN, proper noun. A surname.
WARREN, proper noun. A male given name.
WARREN, proper noun. A community in Manitoba.
WARREN, proper noun. A town in New South Wales.
WARREN, proper noun. A town in Connecticut.
WARREN, proper noun. An unincorporated community in Kentucky.
WARREN, proper noun. A town in Maine.
WARREN, proper noun. A city in Michigan.
WARREN, proper noun. A city in Minnesota.
WARREN, proper noun. A town in New Hampshire.
WARREN, proper noun. A city in Ohio.
WARREN, proper noun. A city in Pennsylvania.
WARREN, proper noun. A town in Rhode Island.
WARREN, noun. United States writer and poet (1905-1989).
WARREN, noun. United States jurist who served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1891-1974).
WARREN, noun. A series of connected underground tunnels occupied by rabbits.
WARREN, noun. An overcrowded residential area.
WARREN, noun. A colony of rabbits.
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