vulpecular

[ vuhl-pek-yuh-ler ]
/ vʌlˈpɛk yə lər /

adjective

pertaining to or resembling a fox; vulpine.

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Origin of vulpecular

From the Late Latin word vulpēculāris, dating back to 1880–85. See Vulpecula, -ar1
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