leveret \ LEV-er-it \ , noun;
- a young hare.
Origin: Leveret comes to English from the Anglo-French word which is a diminutive form of levre meaning "hare."
- When one can say they are in an intense form of retardation from the effects of, alcohol, marijuana, perscription pills, etc.. or the combination of some or all of them.
"Last weekend was sick...Joey ended up getting Turtle-Burgered"
- Jean Henri Dunant 1828
- Thomas Pynchon 1937
- Rick Nelson 1940