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foxed

[ fokst ]
/ fɒkst /
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adjective
deceived; tricked.
stained or spotted a yellowish brown, as by age: a dog-eared and foxed volume of poetry.
(of museum specimens of birds and mammals) having melanin pigments that have oxidized with age to a reddish-brown color.
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Origin of foxed

First recorded in 1605–15; fox + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM foxed

un·foxed, adjective
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