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Meaning of "foxy"



 
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Meaning of "foxy" #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 13, 2006 17:39 pm   Meaning of "foxy"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #201 "Idioms about Animals", question 10

Everyone notices Rob's wife when she walks into a room. She's pretty and ..........

(a) fox like
(b) foxy
(c) doggy

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #201 "Idioms about Animals", answer 10

Everyone notices Rob's wife when she walks into a room. She's pretty and foxy.

Correct answer: (b) foxy
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what does foxy mean?
also kindly explain the term -fox like

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Foxy/foxlike #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 13, 2006 20:48 pm   Foxy/foxlike
 

A foxy woman is a sexually attractive (sexy) one. Also, 'foxy' and 'foxlike' mean 'crafty (sly)' or 'cunning (clever)'.
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