foxey

foxy

1. slang Sexy and alluring, typically of a woman. Check out the woman in the red dress—boy, is she foxy!
2. slang Unpleasant smelling. Ugh, get me away from that foxy odor!
3. slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really foxy!

foxy lady

An attractive, often sexy, woman. I'm not surprised you got rejected by that foxy lady—she's gorgeous!
See also: foxy, lady

foxy

1. mod. sexy, especially having to do with a woman. What a foxy dame!
2. mod. smelly with perspiration odor. Subway cars can sure get foxy in the summer.
3. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (On the stinking drunk theme.) He’s worse than foxy—he’s stinking drunk.

foxy lady

n. a sexually attractive woman or girl. A couple of foxy ladies stopped us on the street.
See also: foxy, lady
References in classic literature ?
'old Foxey' by his friends from his extreme sagacity,) who encouraged them to the utmost, and whose chief regret, on finding that he drew near to Houndsditch churchyard, was, that his daughter could not take out an attorney's certificate and hold a place upon the roll.
He was of a wandering habit and he had foxey whiskers; they never knew where he would be next.
There was not only a foxey flavour in proof of it--there was smoke coming out of the broken pail that served as a chimney.
That foxey old grunter and grinder, sir, turns into the yard this morning, to meddle with our property, a menial tool of his own, a young man by the name of Sloppy.
Then Foxey came back to his own place, and caught the bull-dog by the ear, and tried to throw him away; and the bull-dog, a curiously impartial animal, went for everything he could reach, including the hall-porter, which gave that dear little terrier the opportunity to enjoy an uninterrupted fight of his own with an equally willing Yorkshire tyke.
Boogie on down to such favourites as Tush, Sharp Dressed Man, Legs, Gimme All Your Lovin', My Head's In Mississippi, Waiting For The Bus and Jesus Just Left Chicago, plus rocking cover versions of Billy Myles' I Loved The Woman, Jimmy McGriff 's Koko and Jimi Hendrix's Foxey Lady.
The biopic will have scores of Hendrix's hits including 'Foxey Lady,' 'The Wind Cries Mary,' 'Purple Haze,' 'Voodoo Chile,' and 'Crosstown Traffic'.
My only regret concerns the author's decision to change the names of some well-known sites, such as Waterford Bridge Road to Waterfall Bridge Road, the Duck Street Bistro to Water Duck, Duckworth Street to Main, Rennie's River (presumably) to Ruby River, Boxey on the South Coast to Foxey. Meanwhile actual names of other places and annual events were retained, such as Government House, the Government House Garden Party, Open Garden Day, Conception Bay.
"I just looked at their abilities and what I thought they could do although people probably don't realise that Foxey has played as a left midfielder and central midfielder as a youngster at Everton and Taylor was a left back or left-sided centre-back in a similar situation at Manchester United.
The in-form O'Connor, who had earlier scored on Liam Burke's Foxey Dove in the hunters' chase, looks destined to stay in the amateur ranks, as he said: "My weight is a big problem and if I could sort that out it would be a big help.
The band produced three groundbreaking albums of psychedelic rock--"Are You Experienced?," "Axis: Bold as Love" and "Electric Ladyland." Their hits include "Purple Haze," "Hey Joe" and "Foxey Lady." Group broke up in 1969 before the famed Woodstock appearance by Hendrix, who died the next year as a result of a drug-and-drink mixture.
"It's an opportunity for the likes of Foxey [Hayden Foxe], who came here for next to nothing, and Toddy [Svetoslav Todorov] to show that they can do it in the Premiership.
However, two of my own favorites are "The Spunky Doe" and "Foxey Brown Country," both of which (to me) emphasize the kind of personal kinship with a place and its history that the author must feel as well.
His bleached hair flies and his brown limbs flash, all grace and spasticity, and the soundtrack salutes the glancing eroticism of the moment with Jimi Hendrix's "Foxey Lady." The older skaters, the smug bipeds with their stunts, shake their heads, outmoded at a stroke.