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The foxish not the hawkish Indian mentality took the advantage and then we saw humiliation when our self styled lion General Abdullah khan Niazi signing the documents of surrender viewed by the entire world.
Liberal Democrats will go into the 2015 election claiming to have kept the blue bulldog on its leash and stopped Foxish shock medicine.
I have a memory of a small, immaculately uniformed man with a sharp, foxish nose and a ringingly clear voice.
The same suffix appears in adjectives derived from common nouns, and having the sense 'of the nature of, similar to'; from OE: cherlish, hevenish, mennish, thedish, etc.; of early ME formation: elvish, liflsh, shepish, etc.; of later ME formation: coltish, doggish, feverish, folish, foxish, knavish, etc.