fido, phideaux

term of endearment addressed to a dog.
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Sir Joe Hunter and Phideaux (remember the French connection) cooperated to put game in the bag.
But collaborators Phideaux Xavier and Rich Hutchins whip up a charming '70s progrock pastiche, including cellos, dobros, choral singing, and a sly wink.
He motions to his nondescript little dog, Phideaux (Fido in American), to lie down and opens the door to the game warden.
Phideaux drowses in a corner of the rude cabin, as inconspicuous as a dust bunny.