foul

Part of speech: adverb

Foully.

Part of speech: noun

Foulness.

Part of speech: verb

To collide ( with); make or become foul or dirty; commit a breach of rule.

Part of speech: adjective

Offensive; loathsome; filthy.

Part of speech: adjective

Obstructing, entangling, or injuring; unfair.

Part of speech: noun

An act of fouling; a collision; breach of rule.

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Usage examples "foul":

  1. Yes, the newspaper came to me like a breath of foul city air. - "An Ocean Tramp", William McFee.
  2. He laughed me to scorn, and called me by a foul name that I cannot repeat. - "The Fatal Glove", Clara Augusta Jones Trask.
  3. " And now, as for you- you blind, foolish woman," he continued, as I awakened to the fact that he had been drinking heavily, " since fair means will not succeed, foul means shall." - "The Story of Antony Grace", George Manville Fenn.