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out fox

verb as in outflank

verb as in outfox

verb as in have


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Example Sentences

No, no, that is not the sort of chace I mean; I mean, have you ever been out fox-hunting?

There is a large and merry party of frozen-out fox-hunters at luncheon, after which everyone goes off to the tobogganing ground.

The next minute he has entered the old doctor's house, and is full of the afternoon's run, for he has been out fox-hunting.

I heard afterwards that he had got out fox-hounds and hunted the country about Fort Beaufort.

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