[foul-mouth d, -moutht] /ˈfaʊlˈmaʊðd, -ˈmaʊθt/
using obscene, profane, or scurrilous language; given to filthy or abusive speech.
given to using obscene, abusive, or blasphemous language
also foulmouthed, 1590s, apparently first in Shakespeare [“Henry IV,” 1596].
Obscene and profane in speech; filthy: a foulmouthed retort (1596+)
[foul-nis] /ˈfaʊl nɪs/ noun 1. the state or quality of being : The foulness of the accusation incensed us all. 2. something that is ; ; filth. 3. . /ˈfaʊlnɪs/ noun 1. the state or quality of being foul 2. obscenity; vulgarity 3. viciousness or inhumanity 4. foul matter; filth /faʊlˈnɛs/ noun 1. a flat […]
noun 1. any treacherous or unfair dealing, especially involving murder: We feared that he had met with foul play. 2. unfair conduct in a game. noun 1. unfair or treacherous conduct esp with violence 2. a violation of the rules in a game or sport Unfair or treacherous action, especially involving violence. For example, The […]
noun, Baseball. 1. either of two poles, one on each foul line, being the vertical continuation of the outfield fence or wall, used by the umpire as a sight line in determining whether a fly ball hit near the foul line is a fair or foul ball.
[foulz] /faʊlz/ noun, (used with a singular verb) Veterinary Pathology. 1. . [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 […]