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During the 1972-73 season, when he was named Coach of the Year, he was whistled for more than 20 technical fouls.

Meanwhile, the network’s opinion hosts, who have close relationships with the president, have been suggesting that there was some foul play.

Because he is so big and so strong, defenders’ contact is less likely to affect him, and therefore officials are less likely to call fouls on him.

The number of foul balls surpassed balls in play in 2017, and more balls were hit out of play than in play for the fourth consecutive season this year.

When scavenging, bones with clinging rotten meat or a foul decayed smell should be avoided.

Instead, she fouled out by trying to defend Obama and downplay the deportation crisis.

The AHA stepped up to the plate, but instead of an out-of-the-ballpark home run, it fouled out.

He once fouled Barack on the Harvard Law School basketball courts, but voted for him in 2008.

Americans long for a straight-talking businessman who can save the country from the political class that fouled everything up.

“It looks as if something had fouled at the fore top,” replied Jimmie.

You that have fouled the purple, broke your vow, And sowed the wind of death, the whirlwind you shall reap.

The net unfortunately fouled on a rocky bottom and so we gained nothing but experience in the operation.

All he alleged was, that the child fouled the bed in which they lay together; that she was sulky, and that he did not like her.

Eating a soft tathy pasture, particularly if fouled by the inundations of the previous winter.

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On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fouled, such as: contaminated, crummy, disheveled, dusty, filthy, and greasy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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