foxed definition

  • adjective:
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown stains: "Their set of George Eliot ended up being foxed and buckled by the rainfall” ( John Cheever).
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown stains.
    • Discolored or stained; -- stated of wood, and also of the report of publications or engravings.
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown spots: "Their particular group of George Eliot was foxed and buckled by the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown stains: "Their set of George Eliot was foxed and buckled by the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown stains: "Their group of George Eliot was foxed and buckled because of the rainfall” ( John Cheever).
    • Of report, having yellowish-brown stains.
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown spots.
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown stains.
    • Discolored or stained; -- stated of timber, also associated with the report of publications or engravings.
    • Discolored or stained; -- said of wood, and also regarding the report of books or engravings.
    • Discolored or stained; -- said of timber, and also of the paper of books or engravings.
    • fixed by foxing.
    • Repaired by foxing.
    • Repaired by foxing.
    • Repaired by foxing.
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown stains: "Their set of George Eliot was foxed and buckled by the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown spots.
    • Discolored or stained; -- said of wood, and in addition regarding the paper of publications or engravings.
    • Tarnished with yellowish-brown spots: "Their Particular group of George Eliot was foxed and buckled by the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown stains: "Their set of George Eliot was foxed and buckled by the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Tarnished with yellowish-brown stains: "Their collection of George Eliot ended up being foxed and buckled because of the rainfall” ( John Cheever).
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown spots.
    • Of report, having yellowish brown stains.
    • Discolored or stained; -- stated of wood, also of report of books or engravings.
    • Discolored or stained; -- stated of wood, and also associated with report of books or engravings.
    • fixed by foxing.
    • fixed by foxing.
    • fixed by foxing.
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown spots: "Their Particular set of George Eliot was foxed and buckled because of the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown spots: "Their collection of George Eliot had been foxed and buckled because of the rainfall” ( John Cheever).
    • Of report, having yellowish brown spots.
    • Discolored or stained; -- said of wood, also for the report of books or engravings.
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown spots.
    • Repaired by foxing.
    • Discolored or stained; -- said of wood, as well as of paper of publications or engravings.
    • Of paper, having yellowish brown spots.
    • Discolored with yellowish-brown spots: "Their Particular collection of George Eliot had been foxed and buckled by the rain” ( John Cheever).
    • Repaired by foxing.
    • Discolored or stained; -- said of timber, as well as of this report of books or engravings.
    • Repaired by foxing.
    • Of paper, having yellowish-brown spots.
    • Discolored or stained; -- stated of timber, as well as of this paper of books or engravings.
    • fixed by foxing.
  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and past participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of fox.; baffled; outwitted.
  • others:
    • tarnished by incipient decay: said of timber.
    • tarnished by incipient decay: stated of wood.
    • tarnished by incipient decay: said of timber.
    • Discolored by incipient decay: said of wood.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: said of publications or prints, with regards to the paper.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: stated of publications or images, with reference to the paper.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: stated of publications or prints, with regards to the paper.
    • included in a foxing, as a shoe.
    • included in a foxing, as a shoe.
    • tarnished, stained, or spotted: said of books or images, with regards to the paper.
    • Covered by a foxing, as a shoe.
    • Covered by a foxing, as a shoe.
    • Discolored by incipient decay: said of timber.
    • tarnished by incipient decay: stated of timber.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: said of books or images, with regards to the paper.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: said of books or images, with reference to the report.
    • included in a foxing, as a shoe.
    • included in a foxing, as a shoe.
    • Discolored by incipient decay: said of wood.
    • tarnished, stained, or spotted: stated of books or images, with regards to the report.
    • Covered by a foxing, as a shoe.
    • tarnished by incipient decay: said of timber.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: stated of books or images, with regards to the report.
    • tarnished by incipient decay: said of wood.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: said of publications or prints, with reference to the paper.
    • Covered by a foxing, as a shoe.
    • Discolored by incipient decay: said of timber.
    • included in a foxing, as a shoe.
    • Discolored, stained, or spotted: said of books or images, with reference to the paper.
    • tarnished by incipient decay: stated of wood.
    • tarnished, stained, or spotted: said of publications or prints, with regards to the paper.
    • included in a foxing, as a shoe.
    • Covered by a foxing, as a shoe.

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