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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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Try and get to that benighted but remarkably beautiful country and when you run into someone who tells you they have been going there for 30 years, knee them none too gently in the crotch, as they were happily supporting one of the foulest regimes ever known to man without ever giving the slightest thought to those they crushed under their heel.
As essentially neurotic men with weak mustaches, both have given generations of normal citizens hope that, with discipline and effort, they too can shake propaganda from everyday language and stand up to the foulest dictatorships.
net/bishop -- created by an American called Albert Lowe, features vitriolic attacks on Cowan, who, according to Lowe "did one of the foulest deeds possible without committing some form of violence.
Deserving better then its Name)/ No, no th' memory, the Sight;/ Each Part, and Faculty, that's right;/ Abhors the Shadow of the fairest Paint,/ Which makes the foulest Devil seem a Saint.
without a doubt this district is the foulest spot in Chicago.
Propane is our heating/cooking fuel of choice, as it is clean and dependable in the foulest weather.
In the foulest language, he and Artie Shaerbach talk about what they've done to some other citizens in Henry's.
Today the judiciary system of South Africa grinds out its procedural decisions--condemning long trains of victims to the foulest of tortures.
He never describes these singsongs, but he is detectable in other people's reminiscences, sitting small and neat in his Welsh Schools XV blazer with its gold Prince of Wales's feathers before a modest and solitary brown ale while the foulest songs were sometimes sung by ex-servicemen whose wartime repertoire has seldom been equalled and frequently featured raucous descriptions of portions of King Farouk's anatomy and the state of his Egyptian harem.
com/venues/new-alexandra-theatrebirmingham/ Horrible Histories at Warwick Castle - until August 31 The foulest and funniest moments from history are brought to life through five different areas of the castle, each with live actors telling stories and offering the chance to take part in interactive games.
Warwick Castle, Warwick THE Horrible Histories team will be invading the castle over Easter to offer visitors the chance to go back in time to see some of the foulest and funniest moments in history.
But then sheer unadulterated lunacy erupted from the usual source: the European Court of Human Rights ruled that Britain''s wickedest, foulest and most loathed individuals should be offered the possibility of redemption.
Teenagers] sit on the bench and yell back and forth to each other with the foulest language.
He was never guilty of the foulest of journalistic crimes, he was never boring.
Balrog of Morgoth in The Lord Of The Rings THIS gigantic furnace-mouthed demon from the foulest depths of Hell was by far (and whisper this if a nerd happens to be listening nearby) the only decent bit in Peter Jackson's over-long and over-hyped Middle Earth epic.