foulness definition

  • noun:
    • their state to be foul
    • their state to be foul
    • the product quality or problem of being nasty.
    • the product quality or condition of being foul.
    • hawaii of being foul
    • the product quality or condition to be foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; air pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • the standard or problem of being foul.
    • the product quality or state of being nasty or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's bottom.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • The quality or condition to be foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; air pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: since, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: as, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • The state to be nasty
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: as, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • circumstances characterized by nasty or disgusting dust and refuse
    • circumstances described as nasty or disgusting soil and decline
    • circumstances described as nasty or disgusting dirt and decline
    • (of climate) the badness of weather
    • The quality or problem of being nasty.
    • (of weather condition) the badness of the weather
    • (of weather) the badness for the climate
    • the characteristic of experiencing a strong offensive smell
    • The quality or condition to be foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • the characteristic of getting a good offensive scent
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • the attribute of having a stronger offensive smell
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: because, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • circumstances described as foul or disgusting soil and refuse
    • (of weather) the badness associated with the climate
    • the feature of getting a powerful offensive scent
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • hawaii to be foul
    • the high quality or condition of being nasty.
    • The quality or state of being nasty or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: because, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • circumstances characterized by nasty or disgusting dirt and decline
    • their state of being foul
    • (of climate) the badness associated with the weather condition
    • the standard or condition to be nasty.
    • the characteristic of having a powerful offensive scent
    • the high quality or state to be nasty or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; air pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's bottom.
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: because, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • circumstances characterized by foul or disgusting soil and refuse
    • (of weather condition) the badness of weather condition
    • the feature of getting a stronger offensive odor
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • hawaii to be foul
    • The quality or condition of being nasty.
    • The quality or condition to be nasty or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: as, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • a state described as nasty or disgusting dirt and refuse
    • (of weather) the badness of this weather
    • the characteristic of experiencing a solid offensive scent
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • The state to be nasty
    • the high quality or condition to be foul.
    • the standard or state to be foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: because, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • a situation characterized by foul or disgusting soil and refuse
    • (of weather condition) the badness regarding the climate
    • the characteristic of experiencing a stronger offensive odor
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • hawaii of being nasty
    • the high quality or problem of being foul.
    • The quality or state of being foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; air pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's bottom.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: since, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • circumstances described as nasty or disgusting soil and decline
    • (of climate) the badness of the climate
    • the feature of getting a stronger offensive odor
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • their state of being foul
    • The state of being nasty
    • the standard or condition to be foul.
    • the standard or condition of being nasty.
    • the product quality or condition of being nasty or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's bottom.
    • the high quality or condition of being foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • their state of being foul
    • The quality or problem of being foul.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • the standard or condition to be foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; air pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's bottom.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: since, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • hawaii of being foul
    • hawaii of being foul
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • The quality or condition to be foul.
    • the standard or condition of being nasty.
    • a state characterized by foul or disgusting dust and decline
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: because, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or crime.
    • the standard or condition to be foul or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's base.
    • the product quality or state to be nasty or filthy; impurity; filthiness; defilement; air pollution; corruption: as, the foulness of a cellar or of a well; the foulness of a musket: the foulness of a, ship's bottom.
    • (of weather condition) the badness of the climate
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: since, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • circumstances described as nasty or disgusting dust and decline
    • Ugliness; deformity.
    • the characteristic of getting a powerful offensive smell
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: because, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • (of climate) the badness of this weather
    • Unfairness; dishonesty; atrociousness; villainy; treachery; abusiveness; scurrility: since, the foulness of a blow or a scheme; the foulness of a slander or criminal activity.
    • circumstances described as nasty or disgusting dirt and decline
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • the feature of having a strong offensive smell
    • circumstances described as nasty or disgusting dust and decline
    • (of climate) the badness associated with climate
    • circumstances described as foul or disgusting dirt and decline
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • (of weather) the badness of climate
    • (of weather) the badness for the weather
    • the attribute of experiencing a strong offensive smell
    • the attribute of having a very good offensive scent
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality
    • the characteristic of having a stronger offensive smell
    • disgusting wickedness and immorality

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