Decoded: Foxy

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Long Forgotten Weather Words to Improve Your Weather Vocabulary

Foxy (v.) sunny and clear, but freezing cold.

We usually refer to the weather with common terms like sunny, rainy, cloudy or just plain 'yucky' outside. Did you know there are actual terms to refer to different types of weather?

The Merriam Webster dictionary has a definition listed as the following:
(adj.) resembling or suggestive of a fox <a narrow foxy face>: as cunningly shrewd or of a warm reddish-brown color <foxy eyebrows>
(adj.) having a sharp brisk flavor <foxy grapes>
(adj.) physically attractive <a foxy lady>

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