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fox·y

 (fŏk′sē)
adj. fox·i·er, fox·i·est
1.
a. Of or resembling a fox.
b. Slyly clever; crafty: a foxy scheme.
2. Having a reddish-brown color.
3. Discolored, as by age or decay; foxed.
4. Slang Sexually attractive.
5. Having a distinctive sharp flavor or aroma reminiscent of fox grapes: a foxy wine.

fox′i·ly adv.
fox′i·ness n.
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foxy

(ˈfɒksɪ)
adj, foxier or foxiest
1. of or resembling a fox, esp in craftiness
2. smelling strongly like a fox
3. (Colours) of a reddish-brown colour
4. (of paper, wood, etc) spotted, esp by mildew
5. (Brewing) (of wine) having the flavour of fox grapes
6. (Veterinary Science) (of oats) having a musty smell as a result of getting wet, fermenting, and drying out
7. slang sexy; sexually attractive
ˈfoxily adv
ˈfoxiness n
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fox•y

(ˈfɒk si)

adj. fox•i•er, fox•i•est.
1. slyly clever; cunning; crafty.
2. yellowish brown or reddish brown.
3. Slang. physically attractive, esp. in a sexually alluring way.
4. brightly flavorful; brisk: foxy wine.
[1520–30]
fox′i•ly, adv.
fox′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.foxy - marked by skill in deception; "cunning men often pass for wise"; "deep political machinations"; "a foxy scheme"; "a slick evasive answer"; "sly as a fox"; "tricky Dick"; "a wily old attorney"
artful - marked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft; "the artful dodger"; "an artful choice of metaphors"
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foxy

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foxy

adjective
Deceitfully clever:
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Translations
ثَعْلَبيماكِر، بارِع، خادِع
vychytralýzrzavý
lumskudspekuleret
furfangos
eins og refurslægur
kurnaztilki gibi

foxy

[ˈfɒksɪ] ADJ
1. (= crafty) → astuto
2. (esp US) [woman] → sexy
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foxy

[ˈfɒksi] adj
(= crafty) → rusé(e)
(mainly US) [woman] → sexy inv
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foxy

adj (+er) (= wily)listig, pfiffig, verschlagen; foxy lady (dated US inf) → scharfes Weib (inf)
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foxy

[ˈfɒksɪ] adjastuto/a, scaltro/a
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fox

(foks) plural ˈfoxes noun
a type of reddish-brown wild animal which looks like a dog.
adjective
fox-fur.
verb
to puzzle or confuse. She was completely foxed.
ˈfoxy adjective
1. clever in a deceitful way. He's a foxy fellow.
2. like a fox. She had rather foxy features.
ˈfoxhound noun
a kind of dog trained to chase foxes.
fox terrier
a kind of dog formerly trained to drive foxes out of their holes in the ground.
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