from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variety or subspecies of the common fox, having a longitudinal dark dorsal area decussating with a dark area across the shoulders.
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Two of them had been sprung ineffectually; in others he found a raccoon, a cross-fox, a musk-rat and an otter.
She wrapped her cross-fox fur about her 'and drew away from him, to the far side of the car.
Today she was wearing a coat of beautiful cross-fox fur; also a felt hat which had a scrap of fur trimming and a maroon feather.
Second trap is little cross-fox; third trap nothin '' tall!
While the trains were jogging along, and the young dogs with tongues out and tails down were wearily following after and looking as though they were deeply bemoaning their lot, suddenly a splendid cross-fox sprang out from the dense forest on one side of the river and deliberately dashed across before the dogs on the frozen ice toward the other shore.
Sam he pushed open la porte and he show me fine cross-fox he caught, and that make me emulous.
He had for days set his trap for a beautiful cross-fox that he had once or twice seen.
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