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foxy

1. of a reddish-brown colour
2. (of wine) having the flavour of fox grapes
3. (of oats) having a musty smell as a result of getting wet, fermenting, and drying out
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Some of those flatterers could be from my very own Collo (Shilluk ethnic community) acting behind the scene by using foxily someone working in a very sensitive security area in the President's Office.
Thrash called on the bidders by name, rewarding those who heeded her appeals to raise the bid with a "Thank you, baby!" When at one point the quick-witted Texas belle lost her balance and nearly toppled over, she recovered and asked, foxily, "Who will give me $100,000 to catch me when I fall?"
Yet just as brother James enjoyed the spotlight at the lectern, so sister Pippa was on scene-stealing form as she sashayed foxily down the aisle in figure-skimming silk.