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foul

adjective

Definition of FOUL

1
marked by wet and windy conditions <the foul weather brought out the windbreakers and rain slickers as everyone braced for a day of rough sailing>
2
not being in accordance with the rules or standards of what is fair in sport <an aggressive hockey player who is known for his foul play and readiness for a fight>
Phrases below the belt
3
causing intense displeasure, disgust, or resentment <a foul taste that made us gag>
5
having an unpleasant smell <the foul fumes from the paper mill>
Synonyms fetid, foul, frowsty [chiefly British], frowsy (or frowzy), funky, fusty, musty, noisome, rank, reeking, reeky, ripe, smelly, stenchy, stinking, stinky, strong
Near Antonyms flowery, fruity, spicy, woodsy

March 28, 2015
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