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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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continues he players fouls Regarding multiple offences - a player is more likely to receive a caution the more fouls he commits - Rodri completed three (in the 40th, 43rd, and 87th minutes), Gabriel Jesus three (in the 14th, 35th, and 36th minutes), Raheem Sterling three (in the 8th, 68th and 93rd - for which he was booked), and Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva, Kyle Walker and Riyad Mahrez one each.
On the flipside, Terence Kongolo received four yellow cards from 20 fouls committed.
Reavis, after committing five fouls in Game 6, fouled out in Game 7.
Spurs may sit in third place but they join Liverpool and Man City in not being the most fouled team.Tottenhamrank 13th in the table, Spurs are fouled on average 9.5 times per game.
However, many longer-range target shooters don't clean their barrels nearly as frequently because they've found "fouled" barrels result in lower muzzle velocity variations, which is more important at several hundred yards than groups a fraction of an inch smaller at 100 yards.
Boston came back from 26 down to win, 99-98, as Houston's James Harden was called for two offensive fouls in the last 7.3 seconds.
The review also said Durant had fouled James seconds earlier when James was ruled to have lost the ball out of bounds.
"It also says a cynical, premeditated foul of that nature is less serious than the kind of challenge Traore made, which was reckless but not deliberate.
"I knew I didn't have a technical foul. But still trying to figure out why did I get the second one."
In general, when the mold becomes more fouled, the scrap rate will typically increase because the rubber will begin bonding to the mold surface.
BLUES are among the most fouled teams in the Championship.
After an ordinary foul, play does not stop and only the clocks (shot and game) stop momentarily until the offended player takes his free throw.
Synopsis: "Never Foul A Jump Shooter: A Guide to Basketball Lingo, Lessons and Laughs", began as the author Daniel Yost was having fun with a few quirky basketball expressions, such as "penetrate and dish" and "a foul waiting to happen".
"However, there are some individuals who think it is acceptable to allow their dogs to foul in public without clearing the mess.