A log broke on the coals with a flare that painted Le Borgne's evil face fiery red; and the fellow gabbled on, with figure crouching stealthily forward, foxy eye alight with evil, and teeth glistening.
It was Le Borgne, his foxy eye yellow as flame, teeth snapping, and a tongue running at such a pace that we could scarce make out a word of his jargon.
As he came up his foxy eyes were alight with what he intended for a grin of amiability.
The Kid and his youthful companions looked round at the foxy face of their host.
The smile had returned to every face except the foxy features of the ex-Churchman, who for once had no adequate retort ready.
The saloon-keeper was in the act of replacing the whisky bottle under the counter, having just served his fresh customers, when his foxy eyes encountered the dark face of the man he most hated on Yellow Creek.
He was too foxyto shout until his purpose was beyond all possibility of failure.
That foxy hussy Has got me tight With all her might.
The foxyso wee Had daughters twice two, And a little son too, Called Phil.
These dainties were seldom renewed, for it was only a very bold child, or one with an ungovernable appetite for sweets, who would have spent his penny at Foxy Baxter's store.
Old Foxy showed little outward sign of his loss, though he had brought the boys into the world solely with the view of having one of them work on the farm and the other in the store.
Jed Morrill remarked of Deacon Baxter once: "When Old Foxy wants anything he'll wait till hell freezes over afore he'll give up.
Cephas Cole kept store for him at meal hours and whenever trade was unusually brisk, and the Baxter yard was so happily situated that Old Foxy could watch both house and store.
All he's got is a teasing slow ball and a foxy head.
Then I saw that the foxy Buffalo players were working to tire the Rube.
I watched the foxy old captain walk over to the Rube and talk to him while he rested, a reassuring hand on the pitcher's shoulder.
Its upper parts vary from foxy red to a dull blue, this difference in color having no reference to age, season or locality.
On the other hand, brindled cats were formerly unknown in eastern Asia, whose spotted or foxyhouse cats were derived from other and local sources.
The Indian proved to be a terrible antagonist with his foxy stratagem and his primitive method of warfare.
But speaking of your agent: Is this Foxy Billy as astute as his name would imply?
The foxy old Polenov explained to us after bridge that he would not be surprised if Kerensky would say to the Lenine crowd that the Emperor should be taken somewhere in the country on account of the German advance, and to Buchanan .
I could not help, however, asking Frank at the end of our dinner: "Are there any especial reasons to try and be foxy with me, or any reasons to frighten me with mysteries?
It is enough to look at his beard, with remnants of yesterday's dinner on it, at his small blue foxy eyes always reddish and always dropping tears.
Dick, whose new name for the family was the "Foxy Five," had changed most of all since his summer at camp.
Dick said that it would be pretty foxy to have a "real room" of his own instead of the "den.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "foxy" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.