Foxy meaning

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Having the characteristic flavor of fox grapes.
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Having a reddish-brown color.
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Discolored, as by age or decay; foxed.
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(slang) Sexually attractive.
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Having a distinctive sharp flavor or aroma.

Foxy American grapes.

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Foxlike; crafty; wily; sly.
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Having the reddish-brown color of a fox.
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Discolored by brownish or yellowish stains, as the leaves of an old book.
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(slang) Attractive, stylish, etc.; specif., sexually attractive.
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Having the qualities of a fox.
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(of a person) Red-haired.
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(of wine) Having an animal-like odour.
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Origin of foxy

  • From fox +‎ -y, from Old English fox, from West Germanic *fukhs, from Proto-Germanic *fuhsaz, from Proto-Indo-European *puk-so-, from *puk- (tail).

    From Wiktionary