Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The tail of a fox.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Henry was there magnificent in a curious suit of burnished armor; in place of his helmet-plume he wore a fox-brush ornamented with jewels, which unusual ornament afforded great matter of remark among the busybodies of both armies.

    Chivalry

  • Malise now came into the room, and, without speaking, laid a fox-brush before the Princess.

    Chivalry

  • Sunday the Englishman entered Rouen in great splendor, attended by his chief nobles; but the Butcher rode alone, and before him went a page carrying a fox-brush on the point of his lance.

    Chivalry

  • The man stood for a moment twiddling the fox-brush.

    Chivalry

  • Butcher rode alone, and before him went a page carrying a fox-brush on the point of his lance.

    Chivalry

  • In his helmet in place of a plume he wore a fox-brush spangled with jewels.

    Chivalry

  • Malise came hastily into the room, and, without speaking, laid a fox-brush before the Princess.

    Chivalry

  • Henry was there magnificent in a curious suit of burnished armor; in place of his helmet-plume he wore a fox-brush ornamented with jewels, which unusual ornament afforded great matter of remark among the busy bodies of both armies.

    Chivalry

  • They then entered the little room on the right, whose walls were decorated with various sporting prints chiefly illustrative of steeple-chases, with here and there a stunted fox-brush, tossing about as a duster.

    Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour

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