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Foul

Antonyms of FOUL
Examples of usage:
  1. Did you never strike a foul blow in one of them? - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France" by Stanley J. Weyman
  2. Judith couldn't see what had happened, but evidently there had been a foul, for Catherine had a free throw. - "Judy of York Hill" by Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett
  3. No man shall repeat that foul slander in my presence, and live! - "The Fatal Glove" by Clara Augusta Jones Trask
Top resources with antonyms for FOUL:

non-distributional/antonyms.txt at master · mfaruqui/non ...

foul Antonym:angelic Antonym:dainty Antonym:fair Antonym:pure Antonym: uncorrupt Antonym:unstained Antonym:undefiled Antonym:uncontaminated ...

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foul Antonym:angelic Antonym:dainty Antonym:fair Antonym:pure Antonym: uncorrupt Antonym:unstained Antonym:undefiled Antonym:uncontaminated ...

phrases - What is the closest idiomatic antonym to 'foul the nest ...

Jan 9, 2012 ... Perry, who looks likely to fail at his presidential campaign, has also fouled the nest back home. The January issue of Texas Monthly magazine ...

Foul | Define Foul at Dictionary.com

Foul definition, grossly offensive to the senses; disgustingly loathsome; noisome: a ... 24. sully, stain, dirty, besmirch, taint, pollute. 28. shame. Antonyms Expand.

Foul Synonyms, Foul Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

1 to make dirty <the mechanic fouled the bath towels with axle grease> Synonyms befoul, begrime, bemire, besmirch, blacken, daub, distain [archaic], dirty, ...
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