foul definition

  • adjective:
    • Offensive toward senses; revolting.
    • Offensive on sensory faculties; revolting.
    • Having an offensive odor; smelly.
    • Having an offensive odor; smelly.
    • Rotten or putrid: nasty beef.
    • Offensive towards sensory faculties; revolting.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul animal meat.
    • Offensive to the senses; revolting.
    • packed with dirt or dirt; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • filled with dirt or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • saturated in impurities; contaminated: nasty atmosphere.
    • Rotten or putrid: nasty beef.
    • packed with impurities; polluted: foul environment.
    • Offensive into sensory faculties; revolting.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: nasty deeds.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: foul deeds.
    • packed with dirt or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Rotten or putrid: nasty beef.
    • Having an offensive odor; smelly.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • high in soil or dirt; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • packed with impurities; polluted: foul atmosphere.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: foul deeds.
    • packed with impurities; polluted: nasty environment.
    • really disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul movie.
    • really disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul movie.
    • Bad or bad: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • Morally detestable; sinful: foul deeds.
    • Bad or undesirable: in fair weather or foul.
    • Violating accepted criteria or principles; dishonorable: utilized foul way to get power.
    • Violating accepted standards or rules; dishonorable: used foul methods to gain energy.
    • extremely disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul movie.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: nasty language.
    • Sports Contrary to the principles of a game title or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Sports Contrary to the principles of a-game or sport: a foul boxing punch.
    • Bad or unfavorable: in fair weather or foul.
    • extremely disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul movie.
    • Bad or unfavorable: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Baseball Outside the foul lines: a foul fly baseball.
    • Baseball outside of the foul outlines: a foul fly basketball.
    • Violating accepted criteria or guidelines; dishonorable: made use of nasty way to get power.
    • Sports Contrary to the principles of a casino game or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Violating accepted standards or guidelines; dishonorable: utilized foul means to get energy.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Entangled or turned: a foul anchor.
    • blocked or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • blocked or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Sports Contrary to the guidelines of a casino game or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Baseball outside of the foul lines: a foul fly baseball.
    • Baseball outside of the foul outlines: a foul fly ball.
    • Archaic Ugly; unattractive.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Rotten or putrid: nasty meat.
    • Clogged or obstructed; blocked: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • blocked or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • filled with dust or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Offensive to the sensory faculties; revolting.
    • Offensive on sensory faculties; revolting.
    • saturated in impurities; contaminated: nasty atmosphere.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: foul deeds.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul animal meat.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: nasty language.
    • packed with soil or dirt; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Very disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul movie.
    • high in impurities; polluted: nasty air.
    • Bad or bad: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Violating accepted standards or principles; dishonorable: used foul means to get power.
    • Sports despite the guidelines of a game title or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Baseball outside of the foul outlines: a foul fly ball.
    • Morally detestable; sinful: foul deeds.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul meat.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Full of dust or dirt; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • really disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul motion picture.
    • blocked or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • high in impurities; polluted: nasty environment.
    • Bad or unfavorable: in fair weather or foul.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Offensive to your senses; revolting.
    • Morally detestable; sinful: nasty deeds.
    • Offensive on sensory faculties; revolting.
    • Violating accepted standards or guidelines; dishonorable: made use of nasty way to gain power.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: nasty language.
    • Offensive into the senses; revolting.
    • Offensive toward senses; revolting.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Offensive to your senses; revolting.
    • extremely disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul film.
    • Having an offensive odor; smelly.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Having an offensive odor; smelly.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul meat.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul meat.
    • Bad or bad: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Rotten or putrid: nasty animal meat.
    • Sports unlike the guidelines of a game title or sport: a foul boxing punch.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul beef.
    • Rotten or putrid: nasty animal meat.
    • packed with dirt or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Violating accepted requirements or rules; dishonorable: utilized nasty methods to get power.
    • packed with dust or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • saturated in soil or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • saturated in dirt or dirt; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • packed with soil or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Baseball Outside the foul outlines: a foul fly basketball.
    • Offensive towards the senses; revolting.
    • Full of impurities; contaminated: foul environment.
    • packed with impurities; polluted: foul atmosphere.
    • Sports Contrary to the principles of a game title or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • high in impurities; contaminated: nasty atmosphere.
    • packed with impurities; contaminated: foul air.
    • packed with impurities; polluted: foul environment.
    • Having an offensive odor; smelly.
    • Entangled or turned: a foul anchor.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: foul deeds.
    • Baseball outside of the foul outlines: a foul fly basketball.
    • Offensive towards sensory faculties; revolting.
    • Morally detestable; sinful: foul deeds.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: foul deeds.
    • Clogged or obstructed; blocked: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul beef.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: nasty deeds.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Having an offensive smell; smelly.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that is injurious, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled; because, a foul fabric; foul hands; a foul chimney; nasty atmosphere; a ship's base is nasty whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from duplicated shooting; a well is nasty with polluted water.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: nasty language.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: nasty language.
    • high in dirt or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • really disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul motion picture.
    • Rotten or putrid: foul animal meat.
    • Clogged or obstructed; blocked: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; as, foul terms; nasty language.
    • really disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul motion picture.
    • extremely disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul film.
    • Very disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul movie.
    • high in impurities; polluted: nasty environment.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Morally detestable; sinful: foul deeds.
    • Full of soil or mud; dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Bad or unfavorable: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: nasty deeds.
    • Bad or bad: in fair weather or foul.
    • Violating accepted criteria or principles; dishonorable: used foul methods to gain energy.
    • high in impurities; contaminated: nasty atmosphere.
    • Bad or unfavorable: in fair weather or foul.
    • Bad or unfavorable: in fair weather or foul.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul disease.
    • Sports despite the principles of a game title or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Violating accepted standards or principles; dishonorable: used nasty means to gain power.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: foul language.
    • Morally detestable; wicked: nasty deeds.
    • Violating accepted criteria or principles; dishonorable: utilized foul methods to get power.
    • Baseball Outside the foul outlines: a foul fly ball.
    • Of a vulgar or obscene nature: nasty language.
    • Very disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul motion picture.
    • extremely disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul film.
    • Sports unlike the rules of a game title or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Violating accepted criteria or guidelines; dishonorable: made use of foul way to get energy.
    • Sports unlike the rules of a-game or sport: a foul boxing punch.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that is damaging, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; maybe not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled; as, a foul fabric; foul hands; a foul chimney; foul environment; a ship's base is nasty when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated firing; a well is nasty with polluted water.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is harmful, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; maybe not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; since, a foul fabric; foul arms; a foul chimney; nasty atmosphere; a ship's base is nasty when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from duplicated shooting; a well is foul with polluted water.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; since, nasty words; foul language.
    • Very disagreeable or displeasing; horrid: a foul motion picture.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Baseball away from foul lines: a foul fly baseball.
    • Bad or undesirable: in fair weather or foul.
    • Sports despite the principles of a casino game or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Bad or bad: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Baseball away from foul lines: a foul fly baseball.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; because, nasty words; nasty language.
    • Violating accepted standards or rules; dishonorable: made use of foul means to gain energy.
    • Bad or undesirable: in fair-weather or foul.
    • Clogged or obstructed; blocked: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Violating accepted criteria or principles; dishonorable: used nasty means to get power.
    • Baseball Outside the nasty outlines: a foul fly basketball.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Sports unlike the principles of a game or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Clogged or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; since, a foul condition.
    • Violating accepted standards or rules; dishonorable: utilized foul methods to get power.
    • Clogged or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • maybe not favorable; unpropitious; not fair or advantageous; since, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- said regarding the climate, sky, etc.
    • Sports As opposed to the principles of a game or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Clogged or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Archaic Ugly; unattractive.
    • Baseball beyond your foul lines: a foul fly baseball.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Sports despite the rules of a game title or recreation: a foul boxing punch.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that is injurious, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; because, a foul cloth; foul hands; a foul chimney; foul atmosphere; a ship's base is nasty when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated firing; a well is foul with polluted water.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul infection.
    • perhaps not conformed towards the set up rules and customs of a casino game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; since, nasty play.
    • Baseball beyond your nasty outlines: a foul fly basketball.
    • Baseball outside of the foul outlines: a foul fly baseball.
    • Archaic Ugly; unattractive.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Entangled or twisted: a foul anchor.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; because, nasty terms; nasty language.
    • Entangled or turned: a foul anchor.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear; since, a rope or cable could get foul while paying it.
    • blocked or obstructed; blocked: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Clogged or obstructed; blocked: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Not favorable; unpropitious; perhaps not fair or advantageous; since, a foul wind; a foul roadway; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not fair; -- said associated with the weather, sky, etc.
    • outside the base outlines; in foul territory.
    • Clogged or obstructed; obstructed: a foul ventilator shaft.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul illness.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • perhaps not favorable; unpropitious; maybe not fair or advantageous; as, a foul wind; a foul roadway; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not reasonable; -- said associated with the weather condition, sky, etc.
    • Archaic Ugly; unattractive.
    • maybe not conformed into the set up guidelines and customs of a-game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; since, foul play.
    • Archaic Ugly; ugly.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • perhaps not conformed to the founded rules and traditions of a-game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; since, nasty play.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against clear; since, a rope or cable gets nasty while spending it out.
    • Not favorable; unpropitious; not reasonable or beneficial; as, a foul wind; a foul roadway; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not fair; -- stated for the weather condition, sky, etc.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear; because, a rope or cable may get nasty while spending it.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; as, a foul fabric; foul hands; a foul chimney; foul atmosphere; a ship's base is nasty whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from repeated shooting; a well is foul with polluted liquid.
    • maybe not conformed towards set up guidelines and traditions of a game title, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; as, foul play.
    • not in the base outlines; in nasty territory.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against clear; as, a rope or cable gets foul while paying it out.
    • Outside of the base lines; in nasty territory.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; as, nasty terms; foul language.
    • outside the base lines; in foul area.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; because, a foul infection.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • maybe not positive; unpropitious; not reasonable or advantageous; as, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- stated of weather, sky, etc.
    • Not conformed towards the set up guidelines and traditions of a game title, conflict, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; because, nasty play.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear; because, a rope or cable may get foul while paying it.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; because, a foul fabric; nasty arms; a foul chimney; nasty environment; a ship's base is foul whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated shooting; a well is nasty with polluted liquid.
    • outside the base lines; in foul area.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; because, foul terms; foul language.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that will be harmful, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; as, a foul cloth; foul arms; a foul chimney; nasty air; a ship's bottom is foul whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from repeated shooting; a well is foul with polluted water.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; as, foul words; foul language.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul disease.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that is injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; as, a foul cloth; foul arms; a foul chimney; foul atmosphere; a ship's base is foul whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated firing; a well is foul with polluted liquid.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; because, nasty words; foul language.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a nasty disease.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Not favorable; unpropitious; maybe not reasonable or advantageous; as, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- stated associated with weather, sky, etc.
    • Not conformed towards the founded rules and traditions of a game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; as, foul play.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • maybe not positive; unpropitious; perhaps not reasonable or advantageous; since, a foul wind; a foul roadway; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- said of the weather, sky, etc.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; because, a foul cloth; foul arms; a foul chimney; nasty atmosphere; a ship's base is nasty whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from duplicated firing; a well is nasty with polluted water.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; since, a foul condition.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that will be harmful, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • maybe not conformed into set up guidelines and traditions of a-game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; because, nasty play.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; since, nasty terms; nasty language.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which can be damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled; because, a foul fabric; nasty arms; a foul chimney; foul air; a ship's base is foul when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from repeated shooting; a well is nasty with polluted liquid.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to obvious; because, a rope or cable may get foul while paying it.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; as, foul words; nasty language.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul illness.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is damaging, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • outside the base lines; in nasty territory.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that will be injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; since, a foul fabric; nasty fingers; a foul chimney; nasty environment; a ship's base is foul whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated shooting; a well is nasty with polluted water.
    • Not positive; unpropitious; perhaps not fair or beneficial; as, a foul wind; a foul roadway; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not fair; -- said of this climate, sky, etc.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear; as, a rope or cable could get foul while spending it out.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that is harmful, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; since, a foul cloth; foul fingers; a foul chimney; nasty atmosphere; a ship's base is foul when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated firing; a well is foul with polluted liquid.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be damaging, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; maybe not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • outside the base lines; in nasty territory.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; since, nasty words; nasty language.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • maybe not favorable; unpropitious; perhaps not fair or beneficial; because, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not fair; -- stated of this weather, sky, etc.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul infection.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; since, nasty terms; nasty language.
    • perhaps not conformed towards the established rules and customs of a casino game, conflict, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; as, foul play.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • perhaps not favorable; unpropitious; perhaps not fair or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- stated of weather condition, sky, etc.
    • perhaps not conformed to the founded principles and traditions of a game, dispute, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; since, foul play.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that will be harmful, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; as, a foul cloth; nasty hands; a foul chimney; foul atmosphere; a ship's base is nasty whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from repeated firing; a well is foul with polluted water.
    • perhaps not conformed towards the founded rules and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to obvious; because, a rope or cable may get foul while paying it.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to obvious; since, a rope or cable could get foul while spending it.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul illness.
    • perhaps not favorable; unpropitious; not reasonable or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- said of weather condition, sky, etc.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; because, foul words; foul language.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul disease.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • Outside of the base outlines; in foul area.
    • Outside of the base outlines; in nasty territory.
    • Not positive; unpropitious; maybe not reasonable or beneficial; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- said of the weather, sky, etc.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is harmful, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled; because, a foul cloth; foul arms; a foul chimney; foul environment; a ship's bottom is foul whenever overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes nasty from duplicated shooting; a well is nasty with polluted water.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • maybe not conformed towards the founded principles and customs of a casino game, conflict, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating.
    • perhaps not conformed towards the established guidelines and traditions of a game, dispute, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; because, foul terms; nasty language.
    • perhaps not positive; unpropitious; maybe not fair or beneficial; since, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- stated of weather, sky, etc.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is harmful, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled
    • Not positive; unpropitious; not fair or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not reasonable; -- stated of this climate, sky, etc.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • perhaps not conformed into set up rules and traditions of a casino game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; as, foul play.
    • maybe not positive; unpropitious; not reasonable or advantageous; because, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- said associated with the climate, sky, etc.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against clear.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; since, a foul condition.
    • Loathsome; disgusting; because, a foul condition.
    • maybe not favorable; unpropitious; perhaps not reasonable or advantageous; because, a foul wind; a foul roadway; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- stated of the weather condition, sky, etc.
    • maybe not conformed towards established guidelines and traditions of a casino game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to obvious; as, a rope or cable could get foul while paying it.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • maybe not conformed into set up rules and traditions of a-game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; since, foul play.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear.
    • outside the base lines; in nasty area.
    • Not conformed into set up principles and traditions of a game title, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; since, nasty play.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against obvious; since, a rope or cable gets foul while having to pay it out.
    • Not positive; unpropitious; maybe not fair or beneficial; as, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- stated for the climate, sky, etc.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • maybe not positive; unpropitious; perhaps not reasonable or beneficial; since, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- said of the weather, sky, etc.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against obvious; as, a rope or cable could get nasty while spending it out.
    • Outside of the base lines; in nasty territory.
    • Not conformed towards set up guidelines and customs of a game title, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; as, foul play.
    • Outside of the base lines; in foul territory.
    • maybe not positive; unpropitious; maybe not fair or beneficial; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not reasonable; -- stated associated with the weather, sky, etc.
    • maybe not conformed to the established rules and traditions of a-game, conflict, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; because, foul play.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against obvious; because, a rope or cable may get foul while spending it out.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear; because, a rope or cable gets nasty while paying it out.
    • Not conformed to your established principles and customs of a game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • outside the base outlines; in nasty territory.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against clear.
    • outside the base outlines; in foul area.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; maybe not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • perhaps not favorable; unpropitious; not reasonable or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not reasonable; -- said of weather condition, sky, etc.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that is damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • perhaps not conformed toward founded guidelines and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which can be injurious, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be harmful, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Not positive; unpropitious; not reasonable or beneficial; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not fair; -- said for the weather, sky, etc.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which can be damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • perhaps not conformed into founded rules and traditions of a casino game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • perhaps not favorable; unpropitious; not reasonable or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; maybe not reasonable; -- said for the climate, sky, etc.
    • Not positive; unpropitious; perhaps not reasonable or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not fair; -- stated regarding the climate, sky, etc.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • maybe not conformed towards the set up principles and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which will be damaging, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; maybe not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which can be injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • perhaps not conformed to the set up guidelines and traditions of a casino game, dispute, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter that will be injurious, noxious, unpleasant, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; perhaps not clean; contaminated; nasty; defiled
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which can be damaging, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Ugly; homely; bad.
    • Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive
    • perhaps not positive; unpropitious; not reasonable or beneficial; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not reasonable; -- stated of this weather, sky, etc.
    • Not positive; unpropitious; maybe not fair or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not fair; -- said of the weather, sky, etc.
    • Not favorable; unpropitious; not fair or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- said of the weather, sky, etc.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched.
    • maybe not conformed towards the founded principles and traditions of a game, dispute, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • maybe not conformed towards the established principles and traditions of a-game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear.
    • Not conformed into founded guidelines and traditions of a game title, dispute, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Loathsome; disgusting.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- against clear.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • Ugly; homely; poor.
    • maybe not favorable; unpropitious; perhaps not reasonable or beneficial; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- stated associated with the climate, sky, etc.
    • Not positive; unpropitious; not reasonable or advantageous; ; cloudy or rainy; stormy; perhaps not fair; -- said of this climate, sky, etc.
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • maybe not conformed to your set up guidelines and traditions of a casino game, dispute, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; infidelity.
    • maybe not conformed towards the set up guidelines and customs of a casino game, conflict, test, etc.; unjust; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating.
    • Having freedom of movement interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear.
    • Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- in opposition to clear.
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • offensively malodorous
    • offensively malodorous
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • especially of a ship's lines an such like
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • very offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
    • particularly of a ship's outlines an such like
    • extremely offensive; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • offensively malodorous
    • described as obscenity
    • specifically of a ship's outlines etc
    • described as obscenity
    • (of a baseball) maybe not hit between the nasty lines
    • offensively malodorous
    • extremely offensive; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not strike amongst the nasty outlines
    • especially of a ship's outlines an such like
    • extremely unpleasant; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • characterized by obscenity
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not strike involving the foul outlines
    • characterized by obscenity
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not strike between your nasty outlines
    • violating accepted requirements or guidelines
    • breaking accepted requirements or rules
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with unpleasant matter
    • breaking acknowledged standards or principles
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • violating accepted standards or principles
    • offensively malodorous
    • specifically of a ship's lines etc
    • very unpleasant; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with unpleasant matter
    • offensively malodorous
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • specifically of a ship's lines etc
    • characterized by obscenity
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • very unpleasant; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • (of a baseball) maybe not hit involving the nasty outlines
    • offensively malodorous
    • described as obscenity
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not hit involving the nasty outlines
    • especially of a ship's lines an such like
    • very unpleasant; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with unpleasant matter
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • offensively malodorous
    • breaking acknowledged criteria or rules
    • especially of a ship's lines etc
    • described as obscenity
    • very offensive; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • violating acknowledged requirements or guidelines
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not hit between the nasty lines
    • offensively malodorous
    • especially of a ship's outlines etc
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • characterized by obscenity
    • (of a baseball) maybe not strike amongst the foul lines
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • violating acknowledged criteria or rules
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • extremely offensive; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with unpleasant matter
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • characterized by obscenity
    • offensively malodorous
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not strike involving the nasty lines
    • particularly of a ship's outlines etc
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • offensively malodorous
    • breaking acknowledged standards or principles
    • offensively malodorous
    • specifically of a ship's lines etc
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
    • highly unpleasant; arousing aversion or disgust
    • specifically of a ship's lines etc
    • very unpleasant; stimulating aversion or disgust
    • very unpleasant; arousing aversion or disgust
    • violating acknowledged requirements or guidelines
    • offensively malodorous
    • described as obscenity
    • described as obscenity
    • (of a baseball) maybe not strike between the nasty lines
    • specifically of a ship's outlines etc
    • (of a baseball) perhaps not hit involving the nasty outlines
    • very offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
    • disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
    • characterized by obscenity
    • (of a manuscript) defaced with modifications
    • (of a baseball) not strike between your foul outlines
    • described as obscenity
    • (of a baseball) maybe not hit between the nasty lines
    • breaking accepted standards or principles
    • violating acknowledged requirements or principles
    • offensively malodorous
    • particularly of a ship's outlines etc
    • violating acknowledged criteria or rules
    • very unpleasant; arousing aversion or disgust
    • violating accepted requirements or guidelines
    • described as obscenity
    • (of a baseball) maybe not strike amongst the foul outlines
    • violating acknowledged criteria or guidelines
  • noun:
    • Sports An infraction or a violation of guidelines of play.
    • Baseball A foul baseball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation for the guidelines of play.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation associated with rules of play.
    • An instance of blocking or obstructing.
    • Baseball A foul ball.
    • Baseball A foul ball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An instance of blocking or obstructing.
    • an example of blocking or obstructing.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation of this guidelines of play.
    • Baseball A foul baseball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An instance of clogging or obstructing.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation for the principles of play.
    • Baseball A foul basketball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An instance of blocking or obstructing.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation associated with the rules of play.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation of the rules of play.
    • Baseball A foul baseball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • an example of clogging or obstructing.
    • Baseball A foul ball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation for the rules of play.
    • a case of clogging or obstructing.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation of this rules of play.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation regarding the guidelines of play.
    • Baseball A foul ball.
    • Baseball A foul basketball.
    • Baseball A foul basketball.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation of the rules of play.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • Baseball A foul baseball.
    • An instance of blocking or obstructing.
    • an example of blocking or obstructing.
    • a case of blocking or obstructing.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation regarding the guidelines of play.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation of this principles of play.
    • a case of blocking or obstructing.
    • Baseball A foul ball.
    • Baseball A foul basketball.
    • Sports An infraction or a violation for the rules of play.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • an example of clogging or obstructing.
    • Baseball A foul basketball.
    • An entanglement or a collision.
    • a case of clogging or obstructing.
    • an example of blocking or obstructing.
    • A breach for the guidelines of a casino game, specifically one involving improper contact with an opposing player in order to gain an edge; as, like, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any sort in baseball.
    • A breach associated with the guidelines of a-game, specially one involving inappropriate experience of an opposing player so that you can gain a plus; since, like, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any sort in baseball.
    • A breach of this rules of a game, especially one concerning unacceptable experience of an opposing player to be able to get a plus; because, for example, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any kind in basketball.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and the lane before the bowler has released the ball.
    • A foul ball, a ball which was hit outside the base outlines.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler additionally the lane before the bowler features introduced the basketball.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler together with lane prior to the bowler has actually circulated the baseball.
    • A foul baseball, a ball which has been hit not in the base lines.
    • A foul baseball, a ball which was hit outside of the base lines.
    • A bird.
    • A breach of guidelines of a game title, especially one concerning improper experience of an opposing player being get a plus; since, including, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any sort in baseball.
    • A bird.
    • A bird.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler additionally the lane prior to the bowler features released the basketball.
    • A foul ball, a ball that has been hit outside the base outlines.
    • A bird.
    • A breach for the guidelines of a game title, specifically one involving unsuitable contact with an opposing player so that you can gain a benefit; as, including, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any kind in baseball.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler therefore the lane before the bowler features circulated the baseball.
    • A foul ball, a ball that has been struck outside of the base lines.
    • A bird.
    • A breach of the principles of a casino game, specifically one involving inappropriate experience of an opposing player being get a bonus; because, for example, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any kind in baseball.
    • An entanglement; a collision, as with a boat battle.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler therefore the lane prior to the bowler features circulated the baseball.
    • See Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • A foul basketball, a ball which has been struck outside of the base outlines.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat battle.
    • in several games or sports, an act done as opposed to the guidelines; a foul stroke, hit, play, or the want.
    • An entanglement; a collision, as with a boat competition.
    • See Foul baseball, under Foul, a.
    • A bird.
    • In various games or sports, an act done despite the guidelines; a foul stroke, hit, play, or even the like.
    • See Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • An entanglement; a collision, as in a boat competition.
    • In various games or activities, an act done contrary to the rules; a foul swing, hit, play, or the want.
    • See Foul basketball, under Foul, a.
    • A breach of principles of a-game, especially one concerning improper experience of an opposing player being get a benefit; since, like, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any kind in baseball.
    • A breach of guidelines of a-game, specifically one concerning inappropriate connection with an opposing player to gain a benefit; since, including, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any kind in basketball.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and the lane before the bowler has introduced the basketball.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler together with lane ahead of the bowler has released the baseball.
    • In various games or sports, an act done despite the guidelines; a foul stroke, hit, play, or perhaps the love.
    • A foul ball, a ball that has been struck outside of the base lines.
    • A breach associated with the principles of a casino game, especially one concerning improper contact with an opposing player in order to gain an edge; since, including, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any sort in basketball.
    • A bird.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler as well as the lane prior to the bowler features circulated the ball.
    • A breach associated with the principles of a game, particularly one concerning inappropriate connection with an opposing player being get an advantage; because, for instance, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any sort in baseball.
    • A foul baseball, a ball which was hit outside the base lines.
    • A foul basketball, a ball that has been struck outside the base lines.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and also the lane ahead of the bowler has actually introduced the ball.
    • A bird.
    • A bird.
    • A foul baseball, a ball that has been hit outside of the base outlines.
    • A bird.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat battle.
    • A breach of this guidelines of a casino game, specifically one concerning inappropriate contact with an opposing player in order to gain an advantage; as, like, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any sort in basketball.
    • See Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler plus the lane ahead of the bowler has introduced the basketball.
    • A breach regarding the rules of a-game, specifically one involving improper contact with an opposing player being get a bonus; because, as an example, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any sort in baseball.
    • The act of fouling, colliding, or otherwise impeding because of motion or progress; specifically, in a contest of any kind, a violation of this regulating rules.
    • A foul ball, a ball that has been struck outside the base outlines.
    • A breach of this guidelines of a game, especially one involving unsuitable experience of an opposing player being get a plus; because, as an example, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any sort in baseball.
    • In various games or recreations, an act done unlike the guidelines; a foul stroke, hit, play, or perhaps the want.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and the lane ahead of the bowler has introduced the ball.
    • In base-ball, popular which makes the baseball land away from lines at home to first or even to 3rd base continued indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or perhaps impeding due motion or progress; especially, in a contest of any kind, a violation associated with the governing rules.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and lane ahead of the bowler has actually released the baseball.
    • A bird.
    • A breach regarding the guidelines of a casino game, especially one concerning inappropriate connection with an opposing player so that you can gain an advantage; because, like, foot-tripping in football, or contact of any kind in basketball.
    • A foul ball, a ball which was hit not in the base lines.
    • In base-ball, popular helping to make the basketball land outside of the outlines from your home to very first or to 3rd base continued indefinitely; a foul ball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • A foul basketball, a ball which was hit outside the base lines.
    • A bird.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; an illness that creates ulcers.
    • A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler while the lane before the bowler features introduced the basketball.
    • A bird.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; an ailment that produces ulcers.
    • The act of fouling, colliding, or else impeding because of motion or progress; particularly, in a contest of any kind, a violation of regulating principles.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat competition.
    • A foul basketball, a ball that has been struck not in the base outlines.
    • In base-ball, a hit helping to make the baseball land outside the outlines at home to first or to third base continued indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • A bird.
    • See Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; an illness that creates ulcers.
    • In various games or activities, an act done contrary to the rules; a foul stroke, hit, play, or the like.
    • The act of fouling, colliding, or elsewhere impeding because of motion or progress; specifically, in a contest of any sort, a violation for the regulating principles.
    • In base-ball, a winner which makes the basketball land away from lines at home to first or even to third base carried on indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • An entanglement; a collision, as in a boat race.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; an ailment that creates ulcers.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • See Foul baseball, under Foul, a.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat battle.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat race.
    • In various games or activities, an act done despite the principles; a foul swing, hit, play, and/or like.
    • See Foul basketball, under Foul, a.
    • See Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • in a variety of games or recreations, an act done contrary to the principles; a foul stroke, hit, play, or even the like.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • in a variety of games or activities, an act done despite the principles; a foul stroke, hit, play, or even the like.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or else impeding because of movement or progress; especially, in a contest of any sort, a violation associated with governing principles.
    • An entanglement; a collision, like in a boat competition.
    • In base-ball, a winner helping to make the basketball land outside the lines from your home to very first or even 3rd base carried on indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat race.
    • See Foul baseball, under Foul, a.
    • See Foul basketball, under Foul, a.
    • An entanglement; a collision, such as a boat battle.
    • An ulcer in a cow's foot; a disease that produces ulcers.
    • in a variety of games or recreations, an act done despite the guidelines; a foul swing, hit, play, and/or want.
    • An entanglement; a collision, as with a boat battle.
    • an act that violates the guidelines of a hobby
    • identify Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or otherwise impeding due motion or development; particularly, in a contest of any sort, a violation associated with governing guidelines.
    • An entanglement; a collision, like in a boat battle.
    • See Foul baseball, under Foul, a.
    • In various games or recreations, an act done contrary to the rules; a foul stroke, hit, play, or the want.
    • an act that violates the principles of a hobby
    • In base-ball, popular making the ball land outside the lines at home to initially or to third base continued indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • identify Foul ball, under Foul, a.
    • In various games or activities, an act done unlike the rules; a foul stroke, hit, play, or even the want.
    • in a variety of games or recreations, an act done as opposed to the rules; a foul swing, hit, play, or even the like.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; a disease that creates ulcers.
    • an act that violates the rules of a sport
    • In various games or sports, an act done contrary to the principles; a foul stroke, hit, play, or perhaps the love.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or otherwise impeding due motion or progress; specifically, in a contest of any kind, a violation of the regulating principles.
    • The act of fouling, colliding, or else impeding because of motion or development; specifically, in a contest of any kind, a violation of the governing rules.
    • an act that violates the guidelines of an activity
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or perhaps impeding because of movement or development; particularly, in a contest of any kind, a violation regarding the governing guidelines.
    • In base-ball, a hit helping to make the baseball land beyond your lines from your home to first or even to third base proceeded indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • In base-ball, a hit making the basketball land away from lines from home to very first or to third base carried on indefinitely; a foul ball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • In base-ball, a hit which makes the ball land outside the lines from home to first or to third base continued indefinitely; a foul ball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; an ailment that creates ulcers.
    • An ulcer in a cow's foot; an ailment that creates ulcers.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; a disease that produces ulcers.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • The act of fouling, colliding, or otherwise impeding due movement or progress; specifically, in a contest of any kind, a violation of the regulating guidelines.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or otherwise impeding due motion or development; specifically, in a contest of any sort, a violation regarding the governing guidelines.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or else impeding due movement or development; specifically, in a contest of any kind, a violation of this regulating rules.
    • an act that violates the principles of a hobby
    • In base-ball, popular which makes the ball land away from outlines at home to first or even third base carried on indefinitely; a foul ball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • In base-ball, popular which makes the baseball land outside the outlines from your home to first or to third base proceeded indefinitely; a foul baseball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • In base-ball, a hit making the baseball land beyond your lines from home to first or even to 3rd base continued indefinitely; a foul baseball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; a disease that creates ulcers.
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; a disease that produces ulcers.
    • The work of fouling, colliding, or otherwise impeding due motion or development; specifically, in a contest of any kind, a violation associated with governing principles.
    • an act that violates the guidelines of an activity
    • In base-ball, popular making the baseball land outside of the lines at home to first or to 3rd base carried on indefinitely; a foul basketball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • An ulcer in a cow's foot; an illness that creates ulcers.
    • An ulcer in a cow's foot; an illness that creates ulcers.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • The act of fouling, colliding, or elsewhere impeding because of motion or progress; especially, in a contest of any sort, a violation regarding the governing rules.
    • In base-ball, a hit making the basketball land beyond your outlines from your home to first or even to 3rd base proceeded indefinitely; a foul baseball or a foul hit. See base-ball.
    • an act that violates the rules of a sport
    • An ulcer in a cow's base; a disease that produces ulcers.
    • an act that violates the principles of an activity
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • an act that violates the guidelines of an activity
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • an act that violates the rules of an activity
    • an act that violates the rules of a hobby
    • An obsolete spelling of fowl.
    • an act that violates the guidelines of a hobby
    • an act that violates the guidelines of a sport
    • an act that violates the rules of an activity
  • adverb:
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul fashion.
    • In a foul manner.
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul manner.
    • In a foul fashion.
    • In a foul manner.
    • In a foul manner.
    • In a foul manner.
    • In a foul manner.
    • In a foul fashion.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to create dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • to create into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • In order to make dirty or nasty; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, like).
    • to create into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with foreign matter, such barnacles.
    • to help make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To clog or impair.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • To bring into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, including).
    • Baseball going to (a ball) outside of the nasty lines.
    • To block or impair.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, eg barnacles.
    • To entangle or get (a rope, for instance).
    • Sports To devote a foul against.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with foreign matter, eg barnacles.
    • to create dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • Baseball To hit (a ball) outside of the nasty lines.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • to carry into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Baseball going to (a ball) outside of the foul lines.
    • To block or impair.
    • To entangle or get (a rope, for instance).
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such as for instance barnacles.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • to help make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • Baseball To hit (a ball) outside the nasty outlines.
    • To bring into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, like).
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such as for instance barnacles.
    • Sports To commit a foul against.
    • Baseball going to (a ball) outside the nasty lines.
    • which will make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • to carry into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To clog up or obstruct.
    • In order to make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To entangle or get (a rope, including).
    • to carry into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with foreign matter, such as for example barnacles.
    • To clog up or obstruct.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, like).
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such as barnacles.
    • to produce dirty or nasty; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • to help make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • Baseball going to (a ball) outside of the foul lines.
    • to carry into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To bring into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Sports To commit a foul against.
    • to help make dirty or nasty; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • to carry into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To clog or impair.
    • To clog or obstruct.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, for example).
    • Baseball To hit (a ball) outside of the nasty outlines.
    • to create into dishonor; besmirch.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • In order to make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To entangle or get (a rope, including).
    • To block or impair.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, like barnacles.
    • To bring into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such as for instance barnacles.
    • In order to make dirty or nasty; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, like).
    • To entangle or catch (a rope, for instance).
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • To bring into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such barnacles.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such as for instance barnacles.
    • Baseball going to (a ball) away from foul outlines.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • to help make dirty or foul; pollute. See Synonyms at contaminate.
    • To entangle or capture (a rope, for example).
    • Sports To devote a foul against.
    • To clog up or obstruct.
    • Baseball hitting (a ball) beyond your foul lines.
    • To entangle or get (a rope, for example).
    • to carry into dishonor; besmirch.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, like barnacles.
    • To clog or impair.
    • Sports To devote a foul against.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such barnacles.
    • Baseball To hit (a ball) beyond your foul outlines.
    • Baseball hitting (a ball) beyond your nasty lines.
    • To entangle or get (a rope, for instance).
    • Baseball To hit (a ball) beyond your foul lines.
    • Nautical To encrust (a ship's hull) with international matter, such as barnacles.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul against.
    • Baseball going to (a ball) away from nasty outlines.
    • Sports To commit a foul against.
    • Baseball going to (a ball) outside of the nasty outlines.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to earth.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned dust in the process of shooting.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to earth.
    • to help make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • To cover (a ship's bottom) with whatever impered its sailing.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing shooting.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder motion; ; to come into collision with.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing firing.
    • To cover (a ship's base) with anything that impered its cruising.
    • to produce filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to earth.
    • to pay for (a ship's base) with something that impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, so as to impede motion; ; to come into collision with.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burnt powder undergoing shooting.
    • to pay for (a ship's bottom) with whatever impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, to be able to impede motion; ; to come into collision with.
    • To entangle, in order to impede motion; ; to come into collision with.
    • to create filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to earth.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burnt powder in the process of shooting.
    • to pay for (a ship's base) with anything that impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder motion; ; ahead into collision with.
    • To make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing shooting.
    • to pay for (a ship's bottom) with anything that impered its cruising.
    • To entangle, so as to hinder motion; ; in the future into collision with.
    • to help make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing shooting.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to earth.
    • to pay for (a ship's base) with whatever impered its sailing.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing firing.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder movement; ; in the future into collision with.
    • to pay for (a ship's bottom) with whatever impered its sailing.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burnt dust undergoing firing.
    • To cover (a ship's base) with whatever impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, so as to impede motion; ; in the future into collision with.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder motion; ; ahead into collision with.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • To incrust (the bore of a firearm) with burned dust undergoing firing.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to earth.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burnt powder in the process of firing.
    • To cover (a ship's base) with anything that impered its cruising.
    • which will make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder motion; ; ahead into collision with.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burnt powder undergoing shooting.
    • To cover (a ship's base) with anything that impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder movement; ; to come into collision with.
    • to produce filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • to produce filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil.
    • to pay for (a ship's bottom) with anything that impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, to be able to hinder motion; ; ahead into collision with.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing firing.
    • To incrust (the bore of a gun) with burned powder undergoing shooting.
    • to pay for (a ship's bottom) with whatever impered its sailing.
    • To cover (a ship's bottom) with anything that impered its sailing.
    • To entangle, in order to impede motion; ; in the future into collision with.
    • To entangle, to be able to impede movement; ; in the future into collision with.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become nasty.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • Baseball going to a ball outside of the nasty lines: fouled two times and then hit out; fouled off to the catcher.
    • To become nasty.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • In order to become clogged or obstructed.
    • Baseball To hit a ball away from foul outlines: fouled twice and hit away; fouled off to the catcher.
    • To become nasty.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • To become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • Baseball To hit a ball beyond your foul lines: fouled two times and hit away; fouled out to the catcher.
    • to be clogged or obstructed.
    • To become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • To become nasty.
    • to be blocked or obstructed.
    • Sports To commit a foul.
    • Baseball To hit a ball outside the nasty lines: fouled two times and then hit out; fouled out to the catcher.
    • To become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • to be clogged or obstructed.
    • In order to become foul.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • Baseball To hit a ball beyond your nasty lines: fouled two times then struck away; fouled off to the catcher.
    • to be entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • In order to become blocked or obstructed.
    • In order to become nasty.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • to be foul.
    • Baseball To hit a ball outside the foul lines: fouled twice and then struck out; fouled out to the catcher.
    • to be entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • to be blocked or obstructed.
    • Baseball going to a ball outside of the nasty lines: fouled twice and then struck away; fouled out to the catcher.
    • To become foul.
    • To become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • to be clogged or obstructed.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul.
    • to be foul.
    • Baseball hitting a ball away from foul lines: fouled two times then hit away; fouled off to the catcher.
    • To become entangled or twisted: The anchor range fouled on a rock.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul.
    • In order to become blocked or obstructed.
    • to be nasty.
    • to be foul.
    • Baseball hitting a ball away from foul outlines: fouled two times after which hit out; fouled off to the catcher.
    • Sports To commit a foul.
    • To become nasty.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor range fouled on a rock.
    • Sports To dedicate a foul.
    • Baseball hitting a ball outside the nasty lines: fouled twice after which struck away; fouled off to the catcher.
    • to be blocked or obstructed.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • Baseball going to a ball outside the nasty lines: fouled twice after which struck out; fouled out to the catcher.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • In order to become blocked or obstructed.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • Baseball hitting a ball outside of the foul outlines: fouled twice after which struck out; fouled off to the catcher.
    • To become nasty.
    • To become foul.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • To become clogged or obstructed.
    • In order to become clogged or obstructed.
    • Sports To commit a foul.
    • Sports To devote a foul.
    • Baseball going to a ball away from foul lines: fouled twice and hit out; fouled off to the catcher.
    • Baseball going to a ball beyond your foul outlines: fouled twice after which hit away; fouled off to the catcher.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor line fouled on a rock.
    • In order to become entangled or twisted: The anchor range fouled on a rock.
    • To become blocked or obstructed.
    • to be clogged or obstructed.
    • To become blocked with burned powder undergoing shooting, as a gun.
    • In order to become entagled, as ropes; in the future into collision with anything.
    • In order to become clogged with burnt dust undergoing firing, as a gun.
    • To become entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with one thing.
    • To become blocked with burnt powder in the process of shooting, as a gun.
    • To become clogged with burnt powder in the process of firing, as a gun.
    • In order to become entagled, as ropes; in the future into collision with some thing.
    • to be entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with anything.
    • To become clogged with burned dust in the process of shooting, as a gun.
    • In order to become entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with anything.
    • To become clogged with burnt dust undergoing shooting, as a gun.
    • In order to become entagled, as ropes; ahead into collision with something.
    • To become blocked with burnt powder in the process of firing, as a gun.
    • to be entagled, as ropes; in the future into collision with anything.
    • to be clogged with burned powder undergoing firing, as a gun.
    • To become clogged with burned dust in the process of firing, as a gun.
    • To become entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with anything.
    • To become entagled, as ropes; in the future into collision with one thing.
    • to be clogged with burned dust in the process of firing, as a gun.
    • To become blocked with burned powder in the process of firing, as a gun.
    • to be entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with some thing.
    • To become blocked with burned powder in the process of firing, as a gun.
    • to be entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with some thing.
    • In order to become entagled, as ropes; ahead into collision with one thing.
    • In order to become blocked with burnt dust undergoing shooting, as a gun.
    • To become blocked with burned powder undergoing shooting, as a gun.
    • To become entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with something.
    • To become entagled, as ropes; in the future into collision with something.
  • phrasal-verb:
    • foul out Sports To be create of a-game for exceeding the amount of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or trigger to blunder because of mistakes or bad judgment.
    • foul out Sports becoming released of a-game for exceeding the sheer number of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or cause to blunder considering mistakes or poor judgment.
    • foul out Sports to-be put-out of a casino game for exceeding how many permissible fouls.
    • foul-up To blunder or cause to blunder as a result of blunders or poor wisdom.
    • foul out Sports to-be put out of a game title for surpassing the number of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or trigger to blunder because of errors or bad judgment.
    • foul out Sports become create of a game for exceeding the amount of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or cause to blunder considering blunders or poor wisdom.
    • foul out Sports becoming put out of a game title for exceeding the amount of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or trigger to blunder considering errors or poor judgment.
    • foul out Sports become put-out of a casino game for exceeding the sheer number of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or cause to blunder because of mistakes or bad wisdom.
    • foul out Sports To be create of a-game for surpassing how many permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or trigger to blunder as a result of blunders or bad wisdom.
    • foul out Sports becoming put-out of a casino game for exceeding the sheer number of permissible fouls.
    • foul-up To blunder or cause to blunder due to errors or bad judgment.
    • foul out Sports becoming put out of a casino game for exceeding the amount of permissible fouls.
    • foul out Sports is put-out of a game for surpassing the amount of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or cause to blunder as a result of blunders or bad view.
    • foul out Sports To be put-out of a game title for exceeding the number of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or cause to blunder because of errors or poor wisdom.
    • foul up To blunder or trigger to blunder because of mistakes or bad judgment.
    • foul out Sports become put out of a casino game for exceeding the sheer number of permissible fouls.
    • foul up To blunder or cause to blunder because of blunders or poor judgment.
    • foul out Sports to-be put out of a-game for exceeding the sheer number of permissible fouls.
    • foul-up To blunder or trigger to blunder due to errors or bad judgment.
  • verb:
    • to create dirty.
    • To besmirch.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • To entangle.
    • to create dirty.
    • To besmirch.
    • to create dirty.
    • to get hold of an opposing player in order to gain benefit.
    • which will make dirty.
    • To besmirch.
    • To besmirch.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • To clog or obstruct.
    • hitting outside of the baselines.
    • To entangle.
    • To entangle.
    • To clog or obstruct.
    • To become clogged.
    • to get hold of an opposing player to be able to get advantage.
    • To make contact with an opposing player in order to get advantage.
    • To entangle.
    • To hit outside of the baselines.
    • to get hold of an opposing player to get benefit.
    • To hit outside the baselines.
    • to be blocked.
    • to be clogged.
    • going to outside the baselines.
    • In order to become clogged.
    • To become entangled.
    • To become entangled.
    • to produce dirty.
    • To devote a foul.
    • to be entangled.
    • to be entangled.
    • To dedicate a foul.
    • hitting a ball outside of the baselines.
    • To besmirch.
    • To commit a foul.
    • To clog or obstruct.
    • To hit a ball outside of the baselines.
    • To hit a ball not in the baselines.
    • To entangle.
    • to get hold of an opposing player being get advantage.
    • To devote a foul.
    • going to a ball not in the baselines.
    • To hit not in the baselines.
    • To become blocked.
    • To become entangled.
    • To dedicate a foul.
    • hitting a ball outside the baselines.
    • to help make dirty.
    • to help make dirty.
    • To besmirch.
    • To besmirch.
    • To clog up or impair.
    • To entangle.
    • To clog or obstruct.
    • to create dirty.
    • To make dirty.
    • To make contact with an opposing player in order to get benefit.
    • To besmirch.
    • To entangle.
    • To hit outside the baselines.
    • To besmirch.
    • To clog up or obstruct.
    • to get hold of an opposing player in order to gain advantage.
    • In order to become blocked.
    • To block or obstruct.
    • To become entangled.
    • To entangle.
    • To entangle.
    • going to outside the baselines.
    • In order to make dirty.
    • To commit a foul.
    • To make contact with an opposing player in order to gain advantage.
    • hitting a ball outside of the baselines.
    • to be clogged.
    • To besmirch.
    • To clog or impair.
    • To become entangled.
    • going to outside of the baselines.
    • to create dirty.
    • In order to become clogged.
    • To entangle.
    • To besmirch.
    • To make contact with an opposing player to be able to gain benefit.
    • to produce dirty.
    • To devote a foul.
    • To become entangled.
    • To make contact with an opposing player in order to gain benefit.
    • To clog up or obstruct.
    • To hit outside the baselines.
    • To hit outside of the baselines.
    • To entangle.
    • To besmirch.
    • To hit a ball outside the baselines.
    • To devote a foul.
    • to be blocked.
    • to create dirty.
    • To become clogged.
    • To make contact with an opposing player so that you can gain benefit.
    • In order to become entangled.
    • To hit a ball not in the baselines.
    • To make dirty.
    • To clog or impair.
    • to be entangled.
    • To besmirch.
    • To dedicate a foul.
    • To besmirch.
    • hitting not in the baselines.
    • hitting a ball outside the baselines.
    • To clog up or obstruct.
    • To entangle.
    • To clog or impair.
    • To commit a foul.
    • To become blocked.
    • To entangle.
    • to get hold of an opposing player being get benefit.
    • To entangle.
    • going to a ball outside of the baselines.
    • In order to become entangled.
    • going to outside the baselines.
    • To make contact with an opposing player so that you can gain benefit.
    • to get hold of an opposing player so that you can get benefit.
    • To hit outside the baselines.
    • going to outside the baselines.
    • To become clogged.
    • To commit a foul.
    • In order to become entangled.
    • going to a ball outside of the baselines.
    • To become clogged.
    • to be blocked.
    • In order to become entangled.
    • To become entangled.
    • To dedicate a foul.
    • To dedicate a foul.
    • To devote a foul.
    • hitting a ball not in the baselines.
    • To hit a ball not in the baselines.
    • To hit a ball outside of the baselines.
    • struck a foul ball
    • commit a foul; break the guidelines
    • struck a foul baseball
    • agree a foul; break the guidelines
    • hit a foul baseball
    • commit a foul; break the principles
    • hit a foul basketball
    • devote a foul; break the rules
    • make unclean
    • make unclean
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • make unclean
    • become or result in order to become obstructed
    • come to be or cause to be obstructed
    • become soiled and dirty
    • spot, stain, or pollute
    • come to be or result to be obstructed
    • place, stain, or pollute
    • make impure
    • make unclean
    • make impure
    • struck a foul baseball
    • area, stain, or pollute
    • make impure
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • commit a foul; break the rules
    • become or result to be obstructed
    • struck a foul basketball
    • commit a foul; break the principles
    • place, stain, or pollute
    • make impure
    • hit a foul ball
    • commit a foul; break the guidelines
    • make unclean
    • struck a foul baseball
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • commit a foul; break the rules
    • become or cause in order to become obstructed
    • make unclean
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • place, stain, or pollute
    • hit a foul baseball
    • come to be or cause to be obstructed
    • make impure
    • commit a foul; break the principles
    • area, stain, or pollute
    • make unclean
    • become soiled and dirty
    • make impure
    • come to be or result to become obstructed
    • make unclean
    • struck a foul ball
    • hit a foul ball
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • place, stain, or pollute
    • dedicate a foul; break the principles
    • make impure
    • hit a foul ball
    • become or result to be obstructed
    • commit a foul; break the principles
    • commit a foul; break the guidelines
    • make unclean
    • become soiled and dirty
    • area, stain, or pollute
    • struck a foul basketball
    • make impure
    • become or result to become obstructed
    • commit a foul; break the principles
    • area, stain, or pollute
    • make impure
    • make unclean
    • make unclean
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • come to be or cause to be obstructed
    • struck a foul basketball
    • make unclean
    • become or cause to be obstructed
    • commit a foul; break the rules
    • become soiled and dirty
    • area, stain, or pollute
    • make unclean
    • area, stain, or pollute
    • come to be or result to be obstructed
    • make impure
    • come to be soiled and dirty
    • make impure
    • come to be or cause to become obstructed
    • spot, stain, or pollute
    • place, stain, or pollute
    • make impure
    • make impure
    • make unclean
    • become soiled and dirty
    • become or cause to be obstructed
    • spot, stain, or pollute
    • make impure
  • others:
    • Grossly offensive into the sensory faculties; of a filthy or noxious character or high quality; noisome; disgusting: as, nasty matter or exudations; a foul smell; foul breathing.
    • 2. Of a harmful or naughty character; causing difficulty or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: since, nasty weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • Grossly offensive toward sensory faculties; of a filthy or noxious character or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul smell; nasty air.
    • 2. Of a harmful or naughty character; causing difficulty or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: as, nasty weeds; foul-weather; a foul wind.
    • Affected by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty garments; foul den; a foul flow.
    • Grossly offensive toward senses; of a filthy or noxious personality or high quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul scent; nasty breathing.
    • suffering from harmful matter or things; obstructed by anything fixed or attached; clogged; choked: as, a foul yard (one full of weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is foul (clogged with seaweeds or barnacles); the channel has actually a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or perhaps the want).
    • 2. Of a harmful or naughty personality; causing difficulty or irritation; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: as, foul weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • impacted by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty garments; foul den; a foul flow.
    • suffering from noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy condition or condition; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, foul clothes; nasty den; a foul stream.
    • suffering from harmful matter or things; obstructed by everything fixed or attached; blocked; choked: as, a foul yard (one high in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is nasty (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the channel has a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or even the want).
    • blocked or impeded as by collision or entanglement; in a situation of obstructing contact or participation: with of ahead of the obstructive item: as, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is foul from becoming jammed, entangled, or clogged in any way.
    • Grossly offensive towards sensory faculties; of a filthy or noxious character or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul odor; foul air.
    • despite or breaking guideline or set up usage; done, acting, or applied improperly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: as, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, under.
    • Affected by harmful matter or things; obstructed by everything fixed or attached; clogged; choked: as, a foul yard (one high in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the channel has actually a foul base (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or even the want).
    • blocked or impeded as by collision or entanglement; in a situation of obstructing contact or involvement: with of prior to the obstructive object: since, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from becoming jammed, entangled, or blocked at all.
    • 2. Of a harmful or naughty character; causing trouble or irritation; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: as, foul weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral sense; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: as, foul thoughts or activities; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • despite or breaking rule or established consumption; done, acting, or acted upon incorrectly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: because, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul attack. See nasty play, under.
    • Clogged or impeded as by collision or entanglement; in circumstances of obstructing contact or participation: with of prior to the obstructive object: as, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is foul from becoming jammed, entangled, or blocked by any means.
    • suffering from noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy condition or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty garments; nasty den; a foul stream.
    • acutely bad on impact or result; undesirable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious experience; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: since, nasty thoughts or activities; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Affected by harmful matter or things; obstructed by any such thing fixed or affixed; clogged; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the station features a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or perhaps the want).
    • As opposed to or breaking guideline or founded use; done, acting, or applied incorrectly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: because, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul attack. See foul play, the following.
    • incredibly bad regarding impact or outcome; unfavorable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • Coarse; typical; of little worth.
    • blocked or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or participation: with of before the obstructive item: because, the ship is foul of a rock or of another ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from being jammed, entangled, or clogged in any way.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: because, foul ideas or actions; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Ill-favored; unsightly; homely.
    • Coarse; typical; of small price.
    • As opposed to or violating rule or founded use; done, acting, or applied improperly; unusual; disorderly; unfair: as, a foul blow or stroke: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, under.
    • exceedingly bad concerning result or outcome; unfavorable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: us, a foul accident; a foul possibility or omen.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: because, foul ideas or actions; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • excessively bad concerning effect or outcome; unfavorable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul possibility or omen.
    • To strike; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Coarse; common; of little price.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • Grossly offensive into sensory faculties; of a filthy or noxious personality or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul scent; foul air.
    • Coarse; typical; of small price.
    • 2. Of a harmful or naughty character; causing trouble or irritation; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: because, nasty weeds; foul-weather; a foul wind.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • impacted by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or condition; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty clothing; nasty den; a foul stream.
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul manner.
    • To strike; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • afflicted with harmful matter or things; obstructed by anything fixed or attached; clogged; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's base is nasty (clogged with seaweeds or barnacles); the station has actually a foul base (one cumbered by stones, wrecks, or even the like).
    • to help make nasty, in just about any good sense; befoul.
    • which will make nasty, in any sense; befoul.
    • Clogged or impeded as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or involvement: with of prior to the obstructive object: because, the ship is foul of a rock or of another ship; a rope or an anchor is foul from being jammed, entangled, or blocked in any way.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • To become nasty or dirty: as, a gun. fouls from lengthy use.
    • despite or breaking rule or established use; done, acting, or acted upon improperly; irregular; disorderly; unjust: since, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, below.
    • In a foul fashion.
    • Grossly offensive on senses; of a filthy or noxious personality or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, nasty matter or exudations; a foul smell; foul breath.
    • to be foul or dirty: because, a gun. fouls from lengthy usage.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral sense; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious experience; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: since, foul thoughts or actions; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Nautical, in the future into collision, as two ships; become entangled or blocked: as, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • to produce nasty, in every good sense; befoul.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous character; causing trouble or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; blocking: because, foul weeds; foul-weather; a foul wind.
    • exceptionally bad as to effect or outcome; undesirable; unlucky; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul possibility or omen.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul basketball
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two boats; be entangled or clogged: as, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul baseball
    • To become nasty or dirty: since, a gun. fouls from long use.
    • impacted by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy condition or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty clothing; foul den; a foul stream.
    • Coarse; typical; of little value.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two ships; come to be entangled or blocked: since, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • In a foul fashion.
    • Ill-favored; unsightly; homely.
    • to produce foul, in just about any good sense; befoul.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul ball
    • Affected by harmful matter or things; obstructed by anything fixed or attached; blocked; choked: as, a foul garden (one packed with weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's base is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the station has a foul base (one cumbered by stones, wrecks, or even the like).
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Clogged or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or participation: with of prior to the obstructive object: since, the ship is foul of a rock or of another ship; a line or an anchor is foul from being jammed, entangled, or blocked by any means.
    • Grossly offensive toward senses; of a filthy or noxious personality or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul odor; nasty air.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • Grossly offensive into senses; of a filthy or noxious personality or high quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul scent; nasty breathing.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous personality; causing difficulty or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: because, foul weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • To become nasty or dirty: since, a gun. fouls from lengthy use.
    • Grossly offensive into the senses; of a filthy or noxious personality or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul smell; nasty air.
    • despite or breaking guideline or established use; done, acting, or acted upon incorrectly; irregular; disorderly; unjust: since, a foul blow or stroke: a foul player or fighter; a foul attack. See nasty play, the following.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous character; causing difficulty or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; blocking: since, foul weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • Nautical, in the future into collision, as two ships; become entangled or blocked: as, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous character; causing trouble or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; blocking: since, foul weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • suffering from noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, foul clothes; foul den; a foul stream.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral sense; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: since, foul thoughts or activities; foul language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul ball
    • impacted by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, foul clothes; nasty den; a foul flow.
    • exceedingly bad regarding effect or outcome; unfavorable; unlucky; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • afflicted with harmful matter or things; obstructed by any such thing fixed or affixed; clogged; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's base is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the station has actually a foul bottom (one cumbered by stones, wrecks, or even the want).
    • impacted by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy condition or condition; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, foul garments; foul den; a foul flow.
    • impacted by harmful matter or things; obstructed by anything fixed or attached; blocked; choked: as, a foul garden (one high in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's base is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the station has a foul base (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or even the like).
    • afflicted with harmful matter or things; obstructed by something fixed or affixed; blocked; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is foul (clogged with seaweeds or barnacles); the channel features a foul base (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, and/or want).
    • blocked or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in circumstances of obstructing contact or participation: with of prior to the obstructive item: since, the ship is foul of a rock or of another ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from becoming jammed, entangled, or blocked in any way.
    • Coarse; common; of small worth.
    • blocked or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or participation: with of ahead of the obstructive object: since, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from becoming jammed, entangled, or clogged in any way.
    • blocked or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or involvement: with of before the obstructive item: since, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is foul from becoming jammed, entangled, or clogged by any means.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • As opposed to or breaking guideline or established use; done, acting, or acted upon improperly; irregular; disorderly; unfair: because, a foul blow or stroke: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See foul play, the following.
    • despite or violating rule or founded consumption; done, acting, or acted upon incorrectly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: because, a foul blow or stroke: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, the following.
    • despite or violating rule or set up consumption; done, acting, or applied incorrectly; irregular; disorderly; unfair: since, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, here.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: because, foul ideas or activities; foul language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: since, nasty thoughts or actions; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Grossly offensive on sensory faculties; of a filthy or noxious personality or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul scent; foul breathing.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: because, foul thoughts or activities; foul language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • In a foul manner.
    • incredibly bad concerning effect or outcome; unfavorable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • Extremely bad regarding effect or outcome; bad; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul possibility or omen.
    • exceptionally bad on impact or result; undesirable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous personality; causing trouble or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: since, nasty weeds; foul-weather; a foul wind.
    • Coarse; common; of little worth.
    • Coarse; common; of little worth.
    • suffering from noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or condition; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty clothing; foul den; a foul flow.
    • Grossly offensive to the senses; of a filthy or noxious character or high quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul smell; foul breath.
    • Coarse; common; of little value.
    • Grossly offensive on senses; of a filthy or noxious character or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul scent; nasty breath.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • Ill-favored; unsightly; homely.
    • To make foul, in virtually any good sense; befoul.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous character; causing trouble or irritation; obnoxious; obstructive; blocking: because, nasty weeds; foul-weather; a foul wind.
    • impacted by harmful matter or things; obstructed by such a thing fixed or attached; blocked; choked: as, a foul garden (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is nasty (clogged with seaweeds or barnacles); the station features a foul base (one cumbered by stones, wrecks, and/or like).
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous personality; causing difficulty or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; clogging: since, nasty weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • To strike; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • In a foul manner.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • blocked or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a situation of obstructing contact or involvement: with of before the obstructive object: because, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from being jammed, entangled, or clogged in any way.
    • Grossly offensive to your sensory faculties; of a filthy or noxious personality or high quality; noisome; disgusting: as, foul matter or exudations; a foul smell; foul breathing.
    • In order to become nasty or dirty: because, a gun. fouls from long use.
    • afflicted with noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy condition or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, foul garments; nasty den; a foul flow.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • to produce nasty, in every feeling; befoul.
    • unlike or breaking guideline or set up use; done, acting, or acted upon incorrectly; irregular; disorderly; unjust: since, a foul blow or stroke: a foul player or fighter; a foul attack. See foul play, the following.
    • Grossly offensive towards senses; of a filthy or noxious personality or quality; noisome; disgusting: as, nasty matter or exudations; a foul scent; nasty breath.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two ships; come to be entangled or blocked: as, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • Affected by harmful matter or things; obstructed by everything fixed or connected; blocked; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's base is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the channel features a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or the love).
    • 2. Of a harmful or naughty personality; causing difficulty or irritation; obnoxious; obstructive; blocking: since, foul weeds; foul-weather; a foul wind.
    • Affected by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or condition; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty clothing; foul den; a foul stream.
    • 2. Of a harmful or mischievous character; causing trouble or annoyance; obnoxious; obstructive; blocking: because, foul weeds; foul weather; a foul wind.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral feeling; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious experience; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: as, nasty ideas or actions; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • afflicted with noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, nasty clothes; foul den; a foul flow.
    • Clogged or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a situation of obstructing contact or involvement: with of ahead of the obstructive object: as, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is foul from becoming jammed, entangled, or blocked at all.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul basketball
    • impacted by noisome or defiling matter; in a filthy state or problem; unclean; dirty; turbid; defiled: as, foul garments; nasty den; a foul stream.
    • suffering from harmful matter or things; obstructed by any such thing fixed or affixed; blocked; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is foul (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the station has actually a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or perhaps the like).
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • As opposed to or breaking rule or founded use; done, acting, or put to work improperly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: because, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See foul play, here.
    • In a foul manner.
    • Clogged or impeded as by collision or entanglement; in a situation of obstructing contact or participation: with of prior to the obstructive object: because, the ship is foul of a rock or of another ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from being jammed, entangled, or clogged by any means.
    • To become nasty or dirty: since, a gun. fouls from long usage.
    • In a foul manner.
    • suffering from harmful matter or things; obstructed by any such thing fixed or attached; clogged; choked: as, a foul yard (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is nasty (blocked with seaweeds or barnacles); the channel has a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or the like).
    • impacted by harmful matter or things; obstructed by any such thing fixed or attached; clogged; choked: as, a foul garden (one saturated in weeds); a foul chimney (one choked with soot); the ship's bottom is nasty (clogged with seaweeds or barnacles); the station has actually a foul bottom (one cumbered by rocks, wrecks, or even the want).
    • despite or breaking rule or founded use; done, acting, or applied improperly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: since, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, under.
    • Nautical, in the future into collision, as two ships; be entangled or clogged: as, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • to produce foul, in any feeling; befoul.
    • In order to make nasty, in just about any good sense; befoul.
    • blocked or impeded as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or participation: with of prior to the obstructive item: since, the ship is foul of a rock or of some other ship; a rope or an anchor is nasty from being jammed, entangled, or blocked in any way.
    • blocked or hampered as by collision or entanglement; in a state of obstructing contact or involvement: with of before the obstructive object: as, the ship is foul of a rock or of another ship; a rope or an anchor is foul from becoming jammed, entangled, or clogged in any way.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul baseball
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral feeling; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: as, foul thoughts or actions; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral sense; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious sensation; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: because, foul ideas or activities; nasty language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • exceedingly bad regarding impact or result; bad; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: us, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • unlike or violating rule or founded use; done, acting, or acted upon incorrectly; unusual; disorderly; unjust: as, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul assault. See nasty play, here.
    • unlike or violating rule or founded use; done, acting, or put to work improperly; irregular; disorderly; unjust: as, a foul blow or swing: a foul player or fighter; a foul attack. See foul play, under.
    • In order to become nasty or dirty: since, a gun. fouls from lengthy usage.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In a foul way.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral feeling; manifesting, or caused or actuated by, base or vicious experience; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: since, nasty thoughts or activities; foul language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • incredibly bad on result or outcome; undesirable; unfortunate; pernicious; distressing: us, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two boats; come to be entangled or clogged: as, the rope fouled; the block fouled.
    • excessively bad concerning impact or result; bad; unlucky; pernicious; distressing: us, a foul accident; a foul possibility or omen.
    • Grossly offensive or loathsome in a moral good sense; manifesting, or prompted or actuated by, base or vicious experience; vile; odious; shameful; revolting: as, foul ideas or activities; foul language; a foul slander, murder, conspiracy, etc.; a foul slanderer or conspirator.
    • Coarse; typical; of little worth.
    • Extremely bad concerning impact or result; undesirable; unlucky; pernicious; distressing: us, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • to help make foul, in just about any sense; befoul.
    • incredibly bad concerning result or result; unfavorable; unlucky; pernicious; distressing: united states, a foul accident; a foul prospect or omen.
    • Coarse; typical; of little price.
    • In order to become nasty or dirty: because, a gun. fouls from lengthy usage.
    • Ill-favored; unsightly; homely.
    • Coarse; common; of little worth.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul basketball
    • Ill-favored; unsightly; homely.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two boats; be entangled or clogged: as, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • Coarse; common; of little worth.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • To strike; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul ball
    • to be nasty or dirty: because, a gun. fouls from long use.
    • Ill-favored; ugly; homely.
    • To strike; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two ships; be entangled or blocked: because, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Coarse; typical; of small value.
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul baseball
    • Ill-favored; unsightly; homely.
    • To strike; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • In a foul way.
    • In a foul way.
    • In order to make foul, in every feeling; befoul.
    • In order to make foul, in virtually any sense; befoul.
    • To attack; make an assault upon. See afoul.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In a foul fashion.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In a foul fashion.
    • To become nasty or dirty: because, a gun. fouls from lengthy usage.
    • which will make foul, in virtually any sense; befoul.
    • In order to make nasty, in any feeling; befoul.
    • In order to become foul or dirty: since, a gun. fouls from lengthy use.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two ships; come to be entangled or clogged: as, the rope fouled; the block fouled.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • Nautical, to come into collision, as two boats; be entangled or blocked: as, the rope fouled; the block fouled.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul basketball
    • to be foul or dirty: because, a gun. fouls from long use.
    • In a foul way.
    • to create foul, in any feeling; befoul.
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul ball
    • Nautical, in the future into collision, as two boats; be entangled or blocked: since, the line fouled; the block fouled.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul ball
    • To become foul or dirty: as, a gun. fouls from long use.
    • Nautical, to entangle.
    • Nautical, ahead into collision, as two ships; come to be entangled or blocked: since, the rope fouled; the block fouled.
    • In order to become nasty or dirty: as, a gun. fouls from long use.
    • Nautical, to come into collision, as two boats; be entangled or clogged: because, the rope fouled; the block fouled.
    • In base-ball, to hit a foul basketball
    • In base-ball, to strike a foul basketball

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