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Synonyms for fox

reynard

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Synonyms for fox

a shifty deceptive person

the grey or reddish-brown fur of a fox

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English statesman who supported American independence and the French Revolution (1749-1806)

English religious leader who founded the Society of Friends (1624-1691)

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a member of an Algonquian people formerly living west of Lake Michigan along the Fox River

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the Algonquian language of the Fox

become discolored with, or as if with, mildew spots

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Ahead of me by two blocks, Bonnie slowed to a trot, hit a dead-end, then stood foxlike in a front yard.
The entryway was lined with a series of sculptures and drawings, "Us & Them," 2008-2009, which portray a man with a foxlike creature clinging to his head or shoulders, either the specter of death or the metamorphosis of personal identity, the anima, equally comforting and heavy.
c) ac foxunga waeron wunigende on him and up-ahefednys swilce healice fugelas 'but foxlike wiles were dwelling in him and haughtiness, like unto soaring birds' (AELS 1.
It's an old, handsome city that copes manfully with the influx and opens its doors wide, but it's an unforgiving week that claims the wallets and internal organs of anybody not either foxlike in their cunning or oxlike in their constitution.
Someone has obviously devoted hours of time to crafting each foxlike sprite, but a creator has never come forward, said Martin Sage, who lives next to the park and walks its paths every morning.
That leaves his trouble-prone assistants -- Munk the Pig (Wallace Shawn) and Mambo the Foxlike Something-or-Other (Andy Dick) -- bored.
Megabats are found only in the tropics and are collectively known as flying foxes, for their foxlike faces.
If like the hedgehog consumed with one big idea, Kolnai ardently opposed all forms of totalitarian ideology; still foxlike, he had little patience with monistic schemes or grand political metanarratives.