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1.
"Like a Fox" is used after an action that one has just achieved as a discriptive phrase. When you have done something, adding "Like a Fox!" at the end will emphisize the slyness, talent or precision you or someone else has achieved something. "Like a Fox" can also be said; "Like Fox!". Like a Fox is traced back as far as an ancient phanton comic, where the Phantom states; "Crazy like a fox"
"I tricked you Like a Fox!"
"I am smart Likke Fox!"
"Stupid like a fox!" -Homer
Por Mark 14 de noviembre de 2004
 
2.
A phrase that can be used to respond to many different styles of comments, mostly opinions. This word originally derived from early Euoropean fox hunters, who had at first been pompous and arrogant and thought the fox to be a stupid animal, only to be outwitted by the creature time and time again. So this saying is basically a disagreement stating "remember our mistake with the fox", or, "do not assume this is true".

Gary: Hey Greg, you're gay!

Greg: Like a fox.
Por Mr. Sexington 18 de septiembre de 2006
 
3.
A phase made popular by The Simpsons (like a lot of things).

Homer refers to being "Stupid like a fox" which is a play on the term "Crazy like a fox", a phase coined in 1944 by humourist S.J. Perelman as the title of a book.

Crazy like a fox means an act that appears foolish but is actully shrewd and cunning. An example of this would be turning down a seemingly good deal, knowing that they will counter with a better one.
Tom: You're a bit of an idiot aren't you?

Harry: Yeah, idiot like a fox!
Por MrCromin 17 de febrero de 2011
 
4.
A phrase used in the Military Intelligence field of the US Army to describe when someone (A 35F) has stolen a 35H/G/S's hard work and used it as their own to gain merit within their unit. Used to refer to a person of ill refute.
35H: Dude, did you see that douche's brief?

35G: Yeah, he totally used that product you made last week, and made it off as his.

35H: Man, he screwed me over bad, Like A Fox
Por RyanRhino19 28 de enero de 2011
 
5.
A phrase that can be used to respond to many different styles of comments, mostly opinions. This word originally derived from early Euoropean fox hunters, who had first thought the fox to be a stupid animal, only to be outwitted by the creature. So this saying is basically a disagreement stating "remember our mistake with the fox", or, "do not assume this is true".
Gary: Hey Greg, you're gay!

Greg: Like a fox.
Por Mr. Sexington 01 de junio de 2006
 
6.
When something, anything, is like a fox. Not necessarily good or bad.
"Hey, isn't that thing over there cool?"
"Yeah, cool like a fox."
Por enigma 18 de agosto de 2003
 
7.
not pertaining to anything good or bad just "like a fox"
"o son of a beech there making out...LIKE A FOX!"
Por Andrew Lar 04 de mayo de 2004