What is another word for vixen?

226 synonyms found


[ vˈɪksən], [ vˈɪksən], [ v_ˈɪ_k_s_ə_n]

The word "vixen" is often used to describe a woman who is cunning, sharp-tongued, or simply a bit mischievous. However, there are many other words that could be used to describe a woman with similar qualities. Some synonyms for vixen might include "seductress," "femme fatale," or "manipulator." Other options could include "minx," "siren," "temptress," or "coquette." These words all carry similar connotations to "vixen," suggesting a woman who is both alluring and perhaps a bit dangerous. While each of these words might have slightly different nuances, they can all be used to describe a woman who embodies the spirit of a vixen.

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What are the hyponyms for Vixen?

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  • hyponyms for vixen (as nouns)

What are the opposite words for vixen?

The word "vixen" commonly refers to a female fox or a woman with a cunning or unpleasant character. Its antonyms can be "dull," "boring," "innocent," and "pure." While "dull" and "boring" indicate an absence of liveliness, "innocent" and "pure," connote a lack of depravity or wickedness. "Naive," "amiable," "docile," "gentle," "obedient," "timid," and "meek" are other words that can serve as antonyms for "vixen". These words suggest a lack of aggression, manipulativeness, or craftiness which are the defining qualities of a vixen.

Usage examples for Vixen

It will be our fault if we don't find the vixen!
"The Castle Inn"
Stanley John Weyman
In the year the war began a silver vixen and her brood were sold for ten thousand dollars.
"Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North"
Fullerton Waldo
They had had many children, but four were dead, and three daughters were married and living in Edinburgh and Lerwick, and two sons had emigrated to Canada; while the youngest of all, a boy of fifteen, was a midshipman on Her Majesty's man-of-war, vixen, so that only one boy and one girl were with their parents.
"An Orkney Maid"
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

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