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foxes, plural;
  1. Baffle or deceive (someone)
    • - the bad light and dark shadows foxed him
  2. Behave in a cunning or sly way

  3. Repair (a boot or shoe) by renewing the upper leather

  4. Ornament (the upper of a boot or shoe) with a strip of leather

  1. A carnivorous mammal of the dog family with a pointed muzzle and bushy tail, proverbial for its cunning

  2. The fur of a fox

  3. A cunning or sly person
    • - a wily old fox
  4. A sexually attractive woman

  1. alert carnivorous mammal with pointed muzzle and ears and a bushy tail; most are predators that do not hunt in packs
  2. flim-flam: deceive somebody; "We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week"
  3. confuse: be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly; "These questions confuse even the experts"; "This question completely threw me"; "This question befuddled even the teacher"
  4. dodger: a shifty deceptive person
  5. become discolored with, or as if with, mildew spots
  6. the grey or reddish-brown fur of a fox
  7. Fox is a common name for many species of carnivorous mammals belonging to the Canidae family. Foxes are small to medium-sized canids (slightly smaller than the median-sized domestic dog), characterized by possessing a long narrow snout, and a bushy tail (or brush).
  8. Fox is the debut album by the band of the same name released in 1975.
  9. Fox was a British-based rock band popular in the mid 1970s. Led by American songwriter and record producer Kenny Young, the band was perhaps best known for its charismatic Australian lead singer, Noosha Fox.
  10. Fox News Channel (FNC), commonly referred to as Fox News or Fox, is a cable and satellite news channel owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of News Corporation. ...
  11. In cryptography, the IDEA NXT algorithm (previously known as FOX) is a block cipher designed by Pascal Junod and Serge Vaudenay of EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland). It was conceived between 2001 and 2003, the project was originally named FOX and was published in 2003. ...
  12. Fox (פוקס) is an Israel-based fashion chain specializing in women's, men's, kid's, and baby's fashions. Respectively, those brands are FOX, FOX MEN, FOX KIDS, and FOX BABY.
  13. Fox is a brevity code used by NATO pilots to signal the simulated or actual release of an air-to-air munition or other combat function. Army aviation elements may use a different nomenclature, as the nature of helicopter fired weapons is almost always air-to-surface. ...
  14. The Fox is the name of two fictional superheroes that appear in periodicals published by MLJ Comics, and a supervillain that appeared in the mid-2000s Top Cow comic-book series Wanted.
  15. someone connected with Leicester City Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
  16. A red fox, small carnivore (Vulpes vulpes), related to dogs and wolves, with red or silver fur and a bushy tail; Any of numerous species of small wild canids resembling the red fox. ...
  17. (Foxes) The distribution of almost four million baits of the product during the field trials over four years have been followed by an intensive surveillance of the vaccination areas.
  18. (Foxes) tend to have names that are nonsensical, but pleasant-sounding or high-sounding words Where they may appear to duplicate an ancient name, it is usually cooincidental.: Faliol, Cassandra, Jareek.
  19. (foxes) [Slang] persons, especially women, who are attractive, especially sexually attractive.
  20. To dream of chasing a fox, denotes that you are en gaging in doubtful speculations and risky love affairs. If you see a fox slyly coming into your yard, beware of envious friendships; your reputation is being slyly assailed. To kill a fox, denotes that you will win in every engagement.
  21. Foxes featured often in Mesopotamian fables and proverbs, as symbols of both cunning and cowardice.
  22. Thus is usually rendered the Hebrew, shû'ãl, which signifies both fox and jackal, even the latter more often than the former. The fox, however, was well known by the ancient Hebrews, and its cunning was as proverbial among them as among us (Ezekiel 13:4; Luke 13:32).
  23. (verb) to pretend, to feign, to sham: 'he's not sick at all, he's only foxing.' Also to cut short the ears of a dog.
  24. zorro; dejar perplejo; confundir; engañar; fox fire hongos que hacen que la madera brille
  25. a procedure word (PROWORD) meaning 'do not answer' or 'do not reply' that's used in radio/telephone procedure (RTP) to make voice communications more concise and clear; the letter 'F' originated as the MORSE CODE abbreviation for "no response" that later acquired the 'Fox' (and 'Foxtrot') ...