vulpine


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vulpine

of, relating to, or resembling a fox
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His sobbing was loud and clear, and tears poured from his vulpine eyes.
Since announcing his retirement from competitive cycling in 2013, the Edinburgh-born 39-year-old is still passionate about bikes, and now spends much of his energy 'pedalling' his HOY Bikes and HOY Vulpine cycling clothing and accessories ranges.
Such a deliberately vague physical description immediately undercuts the typical mode of exposition in such tales: whereas the narrators of Dupin and Holmes' tales are at pains to expound on the strikingly vulpine features and preternatural incisiveness of the male detective, the omniscient narrator of the Loveday Brooke tales draws the attention of the reader to her apparent ordinariness and the ease with which she appropriates and experiments with certain gendered roles in her investigative endeavours.
94) In discussing the religious-cultural associations that attached to the fox, a much more enduring magical vulpine figure, Huntington and Kang both note the fox's marginality; it dwells close to the human realm in outer walls or abandoned dwellings, but always remains alien to it.
But as these and other women take on vulpine features, as they become "foxy," they are at once more attractive and more threatening, as was the Proverbial seductress.
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The drawing is a kind of Platonic form of the canine species--long, vulpine ears, pointed snout--save for its curious eyes: one light colored, one dark.
Anna Kendrick, with her shrewd vulpine expression, is a much better actress -- but gets wasted here, as the Bella who's looking beyond the Bellas.
Often his mouth curls back in a vulpine snarl which bares these fangs, 'a gaping mouth and gleaming teeth,' says Leone Allacci, and so in many districts the hare-lipped are avoided as being certainly vampires.
I had often caught a snatch of his vulpine scent, as rich as pickle, just here beside the fence.
Attired in a shiny black Gucci suit, Legge's fabulously predatory, vulpine performance would make Mick Jagger proud, the surgical way he rips through the pit bull self righteousness of defense attorney Cunningham (played with terrific, indefatigable intensity by Karin Trachtenberg).
The principal is a short man, bald, vulpine, paunchy, wearing a white robe that hangs off his waist like a tent.