foul play definition

  • noun:
    • Unfair or treacherous action, particularly when concerning physical violence.
    • unjust or treacherous action, especially when concerning violence.
    • Unfair, dishonest, or unlawful behavior, specially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Unfair, dishonest, or criminal behavior, especially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Any breach of rules.
    • Any infraction of guidelines.
    • unjust or dishonest behavior (especially involving violence)
    • unjust or dishonest behavior (especially concerning violence)
    • unjust or treacherous action, specially when concerning violence.
    • Unfair, unethical, or criminal behavior, specially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Any infraction of rules.
    • unjust or dishonest behavior (especially involving assault)
    • Unfair or treacherous action, particularly when concerning assault.
    • Unfair, dishonest, or unlawful behavior, particularly of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Unfair or treacherous activity, particularly when involving physical violence.
    • Unfair, unethical, or criminal behavior, specially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Any breach of principles.
    • unfair or dishonest behavior (especially concerning assault)
    • Any infraction of principles.
    • unjust or dishonest behavior (especially involving assault)
    • unjust or treacherous action, particularly when involving physical violence.
    • Unfair or treacherous activity, particularly when concerning physical violence.
    • Unfair, dishonest, or criminal behavior, especially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Unfair, dishonest, or criminal behavior, specially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Any breach of principles.
    • Any violation of guidelines.
    • unjust or dishonest behavior (especially concerning physical violence)
    • unjust or dishonest behavior (especially involving violence)
    • Unfair or treacherous action, specially when concerning assault.
    • Unfair, unethical, or unlawful behavior, especially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Any violation of rules.
    • unjust or treacherous action, specially when involving violence.
    • unfair or dishonest behavior (especially involving physical violence)
    • Unfair, dishonest, or criminal behavior, specially of a malicious or violent nature.
    • Any violation of guidelines.
    • unfair or dishonest behavior (especially concerning violence)

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