Definitions for foxyˈfɒk si
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
fox•yˈfɒk si(adj.)fox•i•er, fox•i•est.
slyly clever; cunning; crafty.
yellowish brown or reddish brown.
Slang. physically attractive, esp. in a sexually alluring way.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Status (usage)
brightly flavorful; brisk:
Origin of foxy:
crafty, cunning, dodgy, foxy, guileful, knavish, slick, sly, tricksy, tricky, wily(adj)
marked by skill in deception
"cunning men often pass for wise"; "deep political machinations"; "a foxy scheme"; "a slick evasive answer"; "sly as a fox"; "tricky Dick"; "a wily old attorney"
having the qualities of a fox
(of a person) red-haired.
like or pertaining to the fox; foxlike in disposition or looks; wily
having the color of a fox; of a yellowish or reddish brown color; -- applied sometimes to paintings when they have too much of this color
having the odor of a fox; rank; strong smeelling
sour; unpleasant in taste; -- said of wine, beer, etc., not properly fermented; -- also of grapes which have the coarse flavor of the fox grape
Translations for foxy
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
clever in a deceitful way
He's a foxy fellow.
- ماكِر، بارِع، خادِعArabic
- matreiroPortuguese (BR)
- udspekuleret; lumskDanish
- حیله گرFarsi
- עָרוּם כְּשוּעָלHebrew
- lukav, prepredenCroatian
- gudrus, suktasLithuanian
- slu, listig, lurNorwegian
- حیله گرPersian
- slug, listigSwedish
- 狡猾的Chinese (Trad.)
- xảo quyệt; hay lừa đảoVietnamese
- 狡猾的Chinese (Simp.)
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