bunny money
 n.— «It’s what I call bunny money—you sucker in some last people to try and see if you can save the inevitable. If Bridgecorp was going under… they should have frozen the money.» —“Bridgecorp takes ‘bunny money’ days before collapse” by Jarrod Booker New Zealand Herald (Auckland) July 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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