- n. Plural form of foxhole.
“He spent the next couple of weeks hiding in foxholes during the day and moving about at night.”
“We were put in foxholes three abreast and told to shoot, full auto.”
“Those long-ago photographers were on the front lines too, in foxholes shivering with their buddies.”
“If there are no atheists in foxholes, perhaps there are agnostics amid bank runs.”
“The old saying is right, "There are not athiest in foxholes".”
“If Karl Rove is right, only conservatives are fighting this war -- there are no liberals in foxholes -- and they don't listen to us.”
“The pump lies under the very guns of the marines, hunkered down in foxholes behind a high sand wall, scanning the landscape for signs of the elusive, intangible, incomprehensible enemy.”
“Upon receipt of an air attack warning, the guards would leave their posts and take cover in foxholes surrounding their quarters.”
“It may be true that there are no atheists in foxholes but there sure are a lot of niggers.”
“I don’t know if there are atheists in foxholes, but I do know there are no conservatives when your house is flooded to the second story.”
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