adjective, fox·i·er, fox·i·est.
- sexually appealing; attractive.
- stylish; modish: a foxy outfit.
- exciting and appealing, as a place, entertainment, or the like.
Related formsfox·i·ly, adverbfox·i·ness, nounun·fox·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for foxy
Pig [growling sotto voce behind his hand, mock-furtive as a Disneyland Foxy Loxy]: Take 35 percent off the top and split!
An adult-entertainment company wants Foxy Knoxy to take a paltry sum of money to extend her 15 minutes of infamy.Porn Company Wants Amanda Knox To Star In Adult Entertainment Film|Lizzie Crocker|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Vines that grow native in America (vitis labrusca, among others) are known for “foxy” or musky aromas and flavors.
Winston Ross and Barbie Latza Nadeau on Foxy Knoxy's next act.
According to one report, the foxy feminist supports a Facebook group called “Men Should Wear the Veil.”Egypt Shocked After Female Dissident Blogger Posts Nude Photos|Emily Esfahani Smith|November 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The foxy or feline element was small in a nature, into which so much magnanimity, supposed to be lionlike, entered.Homes of American Statesmen|Various
Link was ill enough to look at any time, with his sharp, freckled features and foxy eyes.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906|Lucy Maud Montgomery
The man called Sam flashed an ugly look out of his foxy, inflamed eyes and went out on deck.The River Motor Boat Boys on the Mississippi|Harry Gordon
Besides, it would enable him to repay what he owed to his mother and to Foxy.Glengarry Schooldays|Ralph Connor
And this foxy old fellow away off here in Graustark knew all about it.Truxton King|George Barr McCutcheon