Foul breath; food that tasted foul.
The bay is foul with old sunken vessels.
A foul anchor.
Used foul means to gain power.
A foul movie.
In fair weather or foul.
In a foul mood.
A foul boxing punch.
A foul fly ball.
The anchor line fouled on a rock.
Fouled twice and then struck out; fouled out to the catcher.
A foul odor.
A foul pipe.
A foul murder.
Foul weather, winds, etc.
A foul rope.
Foul copy or proof.
- A collision of boats, contestants, etc.
- An infraction of the rules, as of a game or sport.
- To fill up; encrust; choke.To foul a drain with grease.
- To cover (the bottom of a ship) with barnacles, seaweed, etc.
- To entangle; catch.A rope fouled in the shrouds.
To foul to the third baseman.