foxhole definition

  • noun:
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in combat for instant refuge against enemy fire.
    • a tiny gap dug to the floor as a shelter for protection against adversary fire.
    • the burrow in the floor where a red fox resides.
    • a little gap within the surface for specific protection against opponent fire.
    • a small dugout with a pit for individual housing against enemy fire
    • a tiny dugout with a pit for individual shelter against adversary fire
    • A shallow pit dug by a soldier in combat for instant refuge against adversary fire.
    • a little gap dug into the floor as a shelter for defense against opponent fire.
    • the burrow within the ground in which a red fox lives.
    • a tiny pit within the ground for individual housing against adversary fire.
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific refuge against enemy fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for specific refuge against opponent fire
    • A shallow pit dug by a soldier in combat for immediate refuge against opponent fire.
    • a tiny pit dug into the floor as a shelter for protection against opponent fire.
    • the burrow into the surface where a red fox everyday lives.
    • a tiny gap in ground for individual housing against enemy fire.
    • a tiny dugout with a pit for specific housing against opponent fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific shelter against opponent fire
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in fight for instant refuge against opponent fire.
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in combat for instant refuge against enemy fire.
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in fight for instant refuge against opponent fire.
    • a little gap dug to the floor as a shelter for protection against opponent fire.
    • A small gap dug into the ground as a shelter for defense against enemy fire.
    • a tiny pit dug into the floor as a shelter for protection against enemy fire.
    • the burrow when you look at the surface in which a red fox life.
    • the burrow into the ground in which a red fox lives.
    • the burrow within the ground where a red fox life.
    • a tiny pit inside ground for specific refuge against opponent fire.
    • a tiny gap inside floor for individual protection against enemy fire.
    • a small pit inside surface for individual housing against opponent fire.
    • a little dugout with a pit for individual protection against enemy fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for individual refuge against enemy fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific protection against opponent fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific housing against opponent fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for specific protection against opponent fire
    • a tiny dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in fight for immediate refuge against adversary fire.
    • a little gap dug in to the floor as a shelter for protection against enemy fire.
    • the burrow into the floor where a red fox resides.
    • a tiny gap in the surface for specific refuge against adversary fire.
    • a little dugout with a pit for specific shelter against enemy fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for specific protection against enemy fire
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in combat for immediate refuge against opponent fire.
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in fight for immediate refuge against opponent fire.
    • A shallow pit dug by a soldier in fight for immediate refuge against opponent fire.
    • a little pit dug in to the surface as a shelter for protection against enemy fire.
    • A small gap dug in to the floor as a shelter for protection against enemy fire.
    • the burrow within the floor where a red fox lives.
    • a small pit into the surface for individual housing against enemy fire.
    • A shallow pit dug by a soldier in fight for instant refuge against adversary fire.
    • A shallow pit dug by a soldier in fight for instant refuge against opponent fire.
    • A shallow gap dug by a soldier in fight for instant refuge against adversary fire.
    • A shallow pit dug by a soldier in fight for immediate refuge against opponent fire.
    • a tiny dugout with a pit for specific refuge against adversary fire
    • A small pit dug to the floor as a shelter for security against enemy fire.
    • a tiny pit dug to the ground as a shelter for security against opponent fire.
    • the burrow in floor where a red fox lives.
    • a tiny gap dug in to the ground as a shelter for defense against adversary fire.
    • A small pit dug in to the surface as a shelter for protection against opponent fire.
    • a tiny gap dug to the floor as a shelter for security against enemy fire.
    • a small dugout with a pit for individual refuge against enemy fire
    • the burrow in the ground in which a red fox resides.
    • the burrow within the surface where a purple fox resides.
    • the burrow within the ground in which a red fox everyday lives.
    • the burrow within the floor in which a red fox lives.
    • a small gap in the surface for specific shelter against enemy fire.
    • the burrow in surface where a red fox life.
    • a little pit inside floor for individual shelter against adversary fire.
    • a small pit when you look at the floor for individual shelter against opponent fire.
    • a little dugout with a gap for specific shelter against opponent fire
    • a tiny gap inside ground for individual protection against enemy fire.
    • a tiny pit within the surface for specific housing against enemy fire.
    • a small pit in the ground for individual shelter against enemy fire.
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific protection against adversary fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for individual housing against enemy fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for individual protection against enemy fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for specific protection against adversary fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific refuge against adversary fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific housing against adversary fire
    • a little dugout with a pit for specific protection against opponent fire
    • a tiny dugout with a pit for individual protection against enemy fire
    • a small dugout with a pit for specific shelter against adversary fire

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