foxy

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOXY

He was too foxy to shout until his purpose was beyond all possibility of failure.

As he came up his foxy eyes were alight with what he intended for a grin of amiability.

He carried his head low, and he seemed to be playing no foxy tricks.

I could see he was itching to let me have it, but he was too foxy to show it.

He was smooth-shaved, and there was a cunning, foxy look about his face.

"That's where you are sensible," declared the man with the foxy face.

"When I have picked her out I'll let you know, Torchy," says he, blinkin' foxy.

I'd like to see you shadowing some foxy second-story worker!

"They are foxy and have put it in a hollow," said the old miner.

I don't like this inspection, and I fear that foxy old Bhme who prompted it.

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