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Definition of Minxish
1. minx [adj] - See also: minx
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Literary usage of Minxish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Men, Women, and Minxes by Leonora Blanche Lang (1912)
"Here and there, as in Lucy Steele and Mrs. Clay, she sketches natures with some of the essential minxish qualities of slyness and love of plotting, ..."
2. A Bed of Roses by Walter Lionel George (1919)
"There were others, too! short dark women with tight hair; minxish French faces and little shrewd dark eyes: florid Dutch and Belgian women with massive ..."
3. Way of Revelation: A Novel of Five Years by Wilfrid Herbert Gore Ewart (1922)
"A hard minxish look had come into her eyes. "I must say you're extraordinarily polite to Gina who happens to be my very greatest friend—not excepting Faith. ..."