A few years more, and Nero would drag his vulpine immorality across the stage.
If so, do it; and avoid the vulpine kind, which I don't recommend.
I have watched them cover their tracks with a cunning more than vulpine.
Then, temporarily, his vulpine face showed avaricious hope, and then apprehension.
The reason why the vulpine ravager is spared by these wretches is—that wolves devour children!
For the vulpine sharpness, which considers itself to be knowledge, and "detects" in that fashion, is far mistaken.
Sometimes one came near to my window, attracted by my light, barked a vulpine curse at me, and then retreated.
There is nothing bold or vicious or vulpine in it, and his timid, harmless character is published at every leap.
Even Fleetwood's devil, much addicted to cape and sword and ladder, the vulpine and the gryphine, rejected it.
To the vulpine characteristics developed under the shadow of the Medici there were now added qualities of a more virile stamp.
"pertaining to a fox, fox-like," 1620s, from Latin vulpinus "of or pertaining to a fox," from vulpes, earlier volpes (genitive vulpis, volpis) "fox," of unknown origin.