- the tail of a fox.
Origin of fox brush
First recorded in 1890–95
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Examples from the Web for fox brush
In his helmet in place of a plume he wore a fox-brush spangled with jewels.
Malise now came into the room, and, without speaking, laid a fox-brush before the Princess.
With a squeal of glad discovery, Mortimer grabbed Tipperary with both hands, essaying to pull her fox-brush tail.Lad: A Dog
Albert Payson Terhune