Definition of foiled
: ornamented with foils a foiled arch
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The incident comes as Europe is on high alert following a foiled attack on the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Monday and several attacks in recent weeks in Britain.
He was also linked to a foiled 2009 bomb plot against the New York subway system.
A notorious human smuggler was convicted Friday of hurling a softball-sized rock at a U.S. Border Patrol agent, striking him in the face, during a foiled smuggling attempt near Jacumba.
But the foiled groom-to-be, undeterred, is already hatching plans to line up Colin Kaepernick to take a knee for him.
Montenegro has accused Russia of being behind a foiled Election Day coup in October allegedly designed to throw the country off its path toward NATO.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has run the country under a state of emergency since a foiled attempt by military officers to oust him...
PARIS—Tour-bus driver Massimo Grassi paced outside the Louvre on Friday waiting for his group of 45 Chinese tourists locked down inside, hours after a foiled machete attack on soldiers guarding the museum.
After a foiled attack in Verviers, Belgium, the Belgian authorities put out an international arrest warrant for him.
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