They had fired at several hares and foxes on the road already, but unsuccessfully.
For this reason, also, foxes are crafty and eloquent even at the present day.
Thereupon Panaumbe brandished his bludgeon, struck all the foxes, and killed them.
But some one thrusts two or three crows or foxes into the devil's mouth.
So all the foxes sat and wept ever further and further away.
In return for this service of theirs, the crows and foxes share in all man's eatables.
After a little longer, they started,—a whole boatful of foxes.
The foxes came to that village; they came to the very old man's house.
With these words, all the foxes came up close to him, and wept.
They caught beaver, bear, and foxes, and sold the furs to the traders.