Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The fir club-moss.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A few mumbled words, a clenched fist slapped into a palm-and there was Fox, the photo-image of James Dean, except for his fox-feet and the three tails that lashed furiously behind him, his whole body tense with anger and apprehension.

    Chrome Circle

  • Fox certainly appreciated it; he slouched down in his seat with every appearance of pleasure, propped his black fox-feet on the dash, and surveyed the rolling hills beyond the window.

    The Chrome Borne

  • A few mumbled words, a clenched fist slapped into a palm-and there was Fox, the photo-image of James Dean, except for his fox-feet and the three tails that lashed furiously -behind him, his whole body tense with anger and apprehension.

    The Chrome Borne

  • Fox still had his fox-feet, but he'd lost the tails somewhere.

    The Chrome Borne

  • Her hands were entirely human, but like Fox, she had fox-feet.

    The Chrome Borne

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