Foxlike


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Fox´like`


a.1.Resembling a fox in his characteristic qualities; cunning; artful; foxy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A As a German Spitz (as a little dog he would be a German Spitz Klein), Toby probably has a compact body, with a dense long coat, tail curled over the back and a foxlike appearance to his head--in others words, a really cute dog.
Foxlike quadrupeds, they live in burrows underneath the planet's surface and appear to have adapted a crystalline outer structure that matches the shapes found in Crait's geodelike centre.
Supporters of cost-benefit analysis claim that economists have asserted the foxlike abilities of economists (again not couching it in this language) to bring a broader perspective to regulatory decisions.
But the actor, now 35 and stretched back in an armchair with a foxlike smile on his face, looks well on it.