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vulpine (adj.)

"pertaining to a fox, fox-like," 1620s, from Latin vulpinus "of or pertaining to a fox," from vulpes, earlier volpes (genitive vulpis, volpis) "fox," from PIE *wlpe- "fox" (source also of Greek alopex "fox").

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Definitions of vulpine

vulpine (adj.)
resembling or characteristic of a fox;
vulpine cunning
Synonyms: vulpecular
From wordnet.princeton.edu