Baseball. either of the two lines connecting home plate with first and third base respectively, or their continuations to the end of the outfield.
Also called free throw line. Basketball. a line on the court 15 feet (4.6 meters) from the backboard, from which foul shots are taken.
Bowling. a line on an alley at right angles to the gutters and 60 feet (18.3 meters) from the center of the spot for the headpin, across which a bowler may not step for fair delivery of the ball.
[foul] /faʊl/ adjective, fouler, foulest. 1. grossly offensive to the senses; disgustingly loathsome; noisome: a foul smell. 2. containing or characterized by offensive or noisome matter: foul air; foul stagnant water. 3. filthy or dirty, as places, receptacles, clothes, etc. 4. muddy, as a road. 5. clogged or obstructed with foreign matter: a foul gas […]
[foo-mert, -mahrt] /ˈfu mərt, -ˌmɑrt/ noun 1. . [foo-mert, -mahrt] /ˈfu mərt, -ˌmɑrt/ noun 1. the European polecat, Mustela putorius. /ˈfuːmɑːt; -mət/ noun 1. a former name for polecat (sense 1)
- Foul marten
noun 1. another name for polecat (sense 1) See also sweet marten
noun 1. Printing. materials, as manuscript, galleys, or proofs, that have been superseded by revised proofs or galleys or by the bound book, and have been returned to the publisher by the printer.