foul

Foul vs Awfully - What's the difference?

foul | awfully |


As a noun foul

is foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

As an adverb awfully is

in a manner inspiring awe.

Foul vs Awfull - What's the difference?

foul | awfull |


As a noun foul

is foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

As an adjective awfull is

.

Foul vs Sluttish - What's the difference?

foul | sluttish | Related terms |

Foul is a related term of sluttish.


As a noun foul

is foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

As an adjective sluttish is

(vulgar) like a slut; sexually promiscuous.

Foul vs Bird - What's the difference?

foul | bird |


As a noun foul

is foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

As a proper noun bird is

.

Foul vs Licentious - What's the difference?

foul | licentious | Related terms |

Foul is a related term of licentious.


As a noun foul

is foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

As an adjective licentious is

lacking restraint, or ignoring societal standards, particularly in sexual conduct.

Substandard vs Foul - What's the difference?

substandard | foul | Related terms |

Substandard is a related term of foul.


As an adjective substandard

is of inferior quality; not meeting the minimum quality requirements.

As a noun foul is

foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

Foul vs Free - What's the difference?

foul | free |


As nouns the difference between foul and free

is that foul is foul (a breach of the rules of a game) while free is (australian rules football|gaelic football) abbreviation of free kick.

As an adjective free is

(label) unconstrained.

As an adverb free is

without needing to pay.

As a verb free is

to make free; set at liberty; release; rid of that which confines, limits, embarrasses, or oppresses.

Spoiled vs Foul - What's the difference?

spoiled | foul | Related terms |

Spoiled is a related term of foul.


As a verb spoiled

is (spoil).

As an adjective spoiled

is of food, that has deteriorated to the point of no longer being usable or edible.

As a noun foul is

foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

Inferior vs Foul - What's the difference?

inferior | foul | Related terms |

Inferior is a related term of foul.


As nouns the difference between inferior and foul

is that inferior is a person of lower stature to another while foul is foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

As an adjective inferior

is of lower quality.

Faulty vs Foul - What's the difference?

faulty | foul | Related terms |

Faulty is a related term of foul.


As an adjective faulty

is having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.

As a noun foul is

foul (a breach of the rules of a game).

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