A.whither one can flee, or where one can take refuge, ὅθι μοι φάτο φύξιμον εἶναι where she said it was possible for me to escape, Od.5.359; “φ. τόπος” Plb.13.6.9; “φύξιμον οὐδέν” Id.9.29.4; “ἱερὸν φ.” an asylum, Plu.Rom.9; φ. λιμήν a harbour of refuge, Id.2.823a: cf. φύξιον.
II. which one can escape; hence, affording a chance of recovery, “νοῦσος” Hp.Int.2; avoidable, “ἦμαρ” Max.358.
2. which one would flee from, i. e. loathsome, “ὀδμή” Simon.250, Nic.Th.54 (s.v.l.).