foul


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Synonyms for foul

an act that violates the rules of a sport

hit a foul ball

commit a foul

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spot, stain, or pollute

make unclean

become soiled and dirty

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violating accepted standards or rules

(of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines

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(of a manuscript) defaced with changes

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characterized by obscenity

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disgustingly dirty

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especially of a ship's lines etc

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The question then becomes: how can there have been so few fouls overall in Arsenal's games (which there have) and, at the same time, so many bookings overall in Arsenal's games (which there have)?
All offensive players should avoid offensive fouls as a result of out-of-control dribbling.
If your team goes to the foul line, you obviously want to make the shots.
McCann fouls Mahe and the Celt gets up and jabs finger at his opponent.
The Lakers were called for five fouls in the first 3:07 of the quarter.
The longer a team spend without the ball, the more fouls they are likely to commit trying to win it back and the more yellow and red cards they are likely to receive.
It took a while to sink in, but we finally realized that our emphasis was on "perfect" rather than on "foul," so we changed our slogan to "bunt it foul or perfect.
If we have learned anything about human nature, it is that there are those who will take advantage of this opportunity and push the envelope by using the FCC's ruling to justify the use of this and other foul words in their scripts.
The Premier League player with the most fouls awarded to them is Chelsea's Eden Hazard.
I didn't have to foul him, but unfortunately I got caught in the air.
4% of these rejections were for violent conduct and/or serious foul play.
You can get them in foul trouble, so they're out of the game, or you can be under control and jump-stop,'' UCLA point guard Darren Collison said.
Don't we designate specific players to inbound the ball, be a chaser, shoot a technical foul, or run the offense?
Miami brought Gary Payton off the bench to guard Bryant and Payton immediately was called for a foul.