FOUL

A violation of the rules.

foul

(from the article `basketball`) Basketball is a rough sport, although it is officially a noncontact game. A player may pass or bounce (dribble) the ball to a position whereby he or ... Free kicks are awarded for fouls or violations of rules; when a free kick is taken, all players of the offending side must be 10 yards (9 metres) ... ...
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FOUL

(General) An infraction of the rules of play, as defined in either the general or the specific game rules
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foul

[adj] - (of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines 2. [n] - (sports) an act that violates of the rules of the sport 3. [v] - hit a foul ball, in baseball 4. [v] - commit a foul 5. [v] - spot, stain, or pollute 6. [v] - make foul 7. [v] - become foul or dirty
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Foul

• (superl.) Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; as, foul words; foul language. • (n.) See Foul ball, under Foul, a. • (superl.) Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul disease. • (superl.) Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nas...
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foul

defile verb spot, stain, or pollute; `The townspeople defiled the river by emptying raw sewage into it`
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foul

adjective (of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
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Foul

[basketball] Ordinary fouls are routine because of the constant motion inherent in the sport and are not viewed as bad sportsmanship. The penalty imposes a cost on violating the rules but does not disparage the player committing the foul. Some of the penalties listed above are assessed only if a player or a team commits a number of fouls ab...
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Foul

[fanzine] Foul was a football fanzine that was first published in the United Kingdom in October 1972 by Cambridge University students. It is regarded as being the first recognisable football fanzine, and continued until 1976. One of its writers was Chris Lightbown. It was set up at a time when fanzines were being produced for a number of di...
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Foul

[nautical] Foul is a nautical term meaning to entangle or entwine, and more generally that something is wrong or difficult. The term dates back to usage with wind-driven sailing ships. ==Fouled anchor== It is usually applied to the state of an anchor, which has become hooked on some impediment on the ground, or has its cable wound round the...
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Foul

[sports] In sports, a foul is an inappropriate or unfair act by a player as deemed by a referee. A foul may be intentional or accidental, and often results in a penalty. Individual sports may have different types of fouls. For example, in basketball, a personal foul involves illegal personal contact with an opponent. A technical foul refers...
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Foul

Foul (foul) noun [ See Fowl .] A bird. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Foul

Foul intransitive verb 1. To become clogged with burnt powder in the process of firing, as a gun. 2. To become entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with something; as, the two boats fouled .
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Foul

Foul noun 1. An entanglement; a collision, as in a boat race. 2. (Baseball) See Foul ball , under Foul , adjective
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Foul

Foul transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fouled ; present participle & verbal noun Fouling .] 1. To make filthy; to defile; to daub; to dirty; to soil; as, to foul the face or hands with mire. 2. (Mil...
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foul

1. Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; as, a foul cloth; foul hands; a foul chimney; foul air; a ship's bottom is foul when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from repeated firing; a well is foul with polluted water. 'My ...
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foul

A foul smell or taste of a wine suggests in any case on a serious grape error. See under sulfurous off (rotten eggs) and moldy,
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Foul

A hand that may not be played for one reason or another. A player with a foul hand may not make any claim on any portion of the pot. Example: 'He ended up with three cards after the flop, so the dealer declared his hand foul.'
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Foul

A rank, strong, fermented flavor or any other strong, unpleasant defective flavor, such as hidey or
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Foul

A violation of football
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foul

a violation of football`s rules by a team or player, punishable by a penalty.
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Foul

a violation of the rules for which an official assesses a free kick.
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Foul

a violation of the rules for which an official assesses a free kick.
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foul

actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations; penalized by a change in possession or free-throw opportunities; see personal foul or technical foul.
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Foul

Actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations.
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