foxier foxier


  • (adj) marked by skill in deception


  1. The Silver Fox never looked foxier, needlepoint in her experienced hands.
  2. Foxes in Russian fables are foxier than any imagined by La Fontaine.
  3. Bush may yet prove tougher, smarter and foxier than some previous Republicans.


  • "Initially, she's wearing glasses and (is) a little mousey and, as she develops this crush, she gets a little foxier, tries to impress me," said Radnor.
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: Josh Radnor Source: WIBW

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