foxhole foxhole  /ˈfɑks ˌhoʊl/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire

Usage(s):

  1. Well I guess everyone is a Keynesian in a foxhole, but I don't think we are there yet.
  2. Banding together to provide community service builds Army-foxhole-like solidarity.
  3. I can't think of anyone I'd rather share a foxhole with than Tom Joyner and Tavis Smiley.

News

  • Benefit poker run to be held Saturday

    The Foxhole Sports Lounge will host a benefit poker run for Annsley Marie Brister on June 15.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Leesville Daily Leader

Quotes

  1. "If you were to pick someone to join you in a foxhole, you couldn't do better than Rich," Buffett wrote last year.
    on Aug 4, 2009 By: Buffett Source: Reuters

  2. "Robert is the guy I want in the foxhole with me during incoming fire," Sen. Obama says in an interview. "If I'm wrong, he challenges me. He's not intimidated by me."
    on Aug 27, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. "We're just tough as nails," Billups said. "Our motto is, 'If it ain't rough, it ain't right.' We always make it tough on ourselves, but we always find a way to climb out of that foxhole."
    on Jun 21, 2005 By: Chauncey Billups Source: FOXNews

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