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Foxhole may refer to:
- a type of defensive fighting position
- a burrow where a fox resides: see Red fox#Denning behaviour
- Foxholes, Hertford, an eastern suburb of Hertford
- Foxholes, North Yorkshire, a village and civil parish in Northern England
- Foxhole, Cornwall, a village in mid Cornwall
- Foxhole (band), a post-rock band from Bowling Green, America
- Foxhole in Cairo, a 1960 British war film
- Foxhole radio, a radio built by G.I.s during World War II
- Foxhole Heath, an area of a heathland near the village of Eriswell in Suffolk
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