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Meanings of Foul-up:

phrasal verb

To spoil or damage something, esp. by making a mistake or doing something stupid

Usage examples:

I think antipollution devices really foul up a lot of engines., if you foul up, tell the president …

Foulard

ˈfuːlɑː(d)

Meanings of Foulard:

noun

A thin, soft material of silk or silk and cotton, typically having a printed pattern.

Usage examples:

There were also elements of sharp tailoring, accessorised with traditional silk foulard snaffle sca…

Foulards

ˈfuːlɑː(d)

Meanings of Foulards:

noun

A thin, soft material of silk or silk and cotton, typically having a printed pattern.

Usage examples:

There were also elements of sharp tailoring, accessorised with traditional silk foulard snaffle sca…

Meanings of Foulbrood:

noun

A fatal bacterial disease of larval honeybees.

Fouled

faʊl

Meanings of Fouled:

verb

Make foul or dirty; pollute.

Usage examples:

Factories which fouled the atmosphere
adjective

Offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste or being dirty.

Usage examples:

A foul odour
noun

(in sport) an unfair or invalid stroke or piece of play, especially one involving interference with an opponent.

Usage examples:

The midfielder was booked for a foul on ford
adverb

Contrary to the rules; unfairly.

Usage examples:

That's the real problem: even guys who want to play fair are under pressure from cheaters to play f…

Fouler

faʊl

Meanings of Fouler:

adjective

Offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste or being dirty.

Usage examples:

A foul odour
noun

(in sport) an unfair or invalid stroke or piece of play, especially one involving interference with an opponent.

Usage examples:

The midfielder was booked for a foul on ford
adverb

Contrary to the rules; unfairly.

Usage examples:

That's the real problem: even guys who want to play fair are under pressure from cheaters to play f…
verb

Make foul or dirty; pollute.

Usage examples:

Factories which fouled the atmosphere

Foulest

faʊl

Meanings of Foulest:

adjective

Offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste or being dirty.

Usage examples:

A foul odour
noun

(in sport) an unfair or invalid stroke or piece of play, especially one involving interference with an opponent.

Usage examples:

The midfielder was booked for a foul on ford
adverb

Contrary to the rules; unfairly.

Usage examples:

That's the real problem: even guys who want to play fair are under pressure from cheaters to play f…
verb

Make foul or dirty; pollute.

Usage examples:

Factories which fouled the atmosphere

Fouling

faʊl

Meanings of Fouling:

verb

Make foul or dirty; pollute.

Usage examples:

Factories which fouled the atmosphere
adjective

Offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste or being dirty.

Usage examples:

A foul odour
noun

(in sport) an unfair or invalid stroke or piece of play, especially one involving interference with an opponent.

Usage examples:

The midfielder was booked for a foul on ford
adverb

Contrary to the rules; unfairly.

Usage examples:

That's the real problem: even guys who want to play fair are under pressure from cheaters to play f…

Foulmouthed

ˌfaʊlˈmaʊθd

Meanings of Foulmouthed:

adjective

Using or characterized by a great deal of bad language.

Usage examples:

A foul-mouthed cop

Fouls

faʊl

Meanings of Fouls:

noun

(in sport) an unfair or invalid stroke or piece of play, especially one involving interference with an opponent.

Usage examples:

The midfielder was booked for a foul on ford
verb

Make foul or dirty; pollute.

Usage examples:

Factories which fouled the atmosphere
adjective

Offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste or being dirty.

Usage examples:

A foul odour
adverb

Contrary to the rules; unfairly.

Usage examples:

That's the real problem: even guys who want to play fair are under pressure from cheaters to play f…

Meanings of Foumart:

noun

Old-fashioned term for polecat.

Found

faʊnd

Meanings of Found:

adjective

Past and past participle of find.

verb

Establish or originate (an institution or organization).

Usage examples:

The monastery was founded in 1665

Meanings of Found-wanting:

idiom

Tried and discovered to be not effective

Usage examples:

These policies, said the speaker, have been tried and found wanting.

Meanings of Foundation:

noun

The lowest load-bearing part of a building, typically below ground level.

Usage examples:

Foundations were being dug for a block of flats

Meanings of Foundation-for:

idiom

To produce the basic ideas or structures from which something much larger develops

Usage examples:

The two leaders have laid the foundations of a new era in cooperation between their countries., he …

Foundational

faʊnˈdeɪ.ʃən.əl

Meanings of Foundational:

adjective

Denoting an underlying basis or principle; fundamental.

Usage examples:

The foundational principles of christianity

Foundationally

faʊnˈdeɪ.ʃən.əl.i

Meanings of Foundationally:

adverb

In a basic and important way

Usage examples:

The country is foundationally rooted in a market economy., mental wellbeing is foundationally impor…

Foundations

faʊnˈdeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Foundations:

noun

The lowest load-bearing part of a building, typically below ground level.

Usage examples:

Foundations were being dug for a block of flats
phrase

The structures below the surface of the ground that support a building

Usage examples:

The foundations will have to be reinforced to prevent the house from sinking further into the groun…

Meanings of Founded:

verb

Establish or originate (an institution or organization).

Usage examples:

The monastery was founded in 1665
adjective

Having been discovered by chance or unexpectedly.

Usage examples:

Collages of found photos

Founder

ˈfaʊndə

Meanings of Founder:

noun

A person who manufactures articles of cast metal; the owner or operator of a foundry.

Usage examples:

An iron founder
verb

(of a ship) fill with water and sink.

Usage examples:

Six drowned when the yacht foundered off the cornish coast

Meanings of Foundered:

verb

(of a ship) fill with water and sink.

Usage examples:

Six drowned when the yacht foundered off the cornish coast
noun

A person who manufactures articles of cast metal; the owner or operator of a foundry.

Usage examples:

An iron founder

Foundering

ˈfaʊn.dər

Meanings of Foundering:

verb

(of a ship) fill with water and sink.

Usage examples:

Six drowned when the yacht foundered off the cornish coast
noun

A person who manufactures articles of cast metal; the owner or operator of a foundry.

Usage examples:

An iron founder

Founders

ˈfaʊndə

Meanings of Founders:

noun

A person who manufactures articles of cast metal; the owner or operator of a foundry.

Usage examples:

An iron founder
verb

(of a ship) fill with water and sink.

Usage examples:

Six drowned when the yacht foundered off the cornish coast

Founding

faʊnd

Meanings of Founding:

adjective

Involved in establishing or originating an institution or organization.

Usage examples:

The three founding partners
verb

Establish or originate (an institution or organization).

Usage examples:

The monastery was founded in 1665

Founding-father

ˌfaʊn.dɪŋ ˈfɑː.ðər

Meanings of Founding-father:

noun

A founder of a country, organization, or idea

Usage examples:

The founding fathers of the united states were the men who wrote and approved the us constitution i…

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