Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fox.(verb)
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Use "foxes" in a sentence
"A gentleman of my acquaintance, who killed moft of his foxes at this feafon, was humouroufly called midwife to the foxes*"
"I have used a mouth call for years to call in foxes and coyotes."
"Yet nulabbers continue to spin that nature, including dear little foxes, is not red in tooth and claw but calming shades of fluffy bunny white because it suits their ideological agenda and payroll voters."