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Things foul often describes (“foul ________”)
play, air, weather, odor, language, smell, mood, line, breath, water, deed, fiend, odors, means, ball, mouth, words, deeds, thing, stench, taste, brood, things, disease, crime, discharge, blot, odour, papers, ups, spirit, lines, tongue, temper, atmosphere, territory, wind, matter, gases, shots, balls, stain, blow, smoke, conspiracy, word, disgrace, ulcers, ground, winds, abuse, act, sin, shot, names, spirits, odours, crimes, slander, thoughts, tip, anchor, creature, linen, fiends, waters, gas, beast, gear, pole, stuff, trouble, talk, creatures, pus, lie, plot, liquid, bird, treachery, stools, practices, charge, aspersions, stream, calumny, hands, birds

How foul often is described (“________ foul”)
technical, personal, human, own, offensive, double, whole, flagrant, dead, intentional, deliberate, professional, most, poor, high, rational, immortal, third, fourth, major, fifth, whofe, filthy, defensive, bottom, loud, serious, dirty, blatant, wild, murky, pure, sixth, dangerous, fair, fenfitive, pious, reafonable, generous, lazy, imaginary, minor, mighty, univerfal, weary, vicious, hidden, net, ran, feparate, righteous, brutal, chopped, fallen, fingle, ardent, haughty, stupid, weak, silly, daring, the, eager, fall, marvellous, cry, tel, manly, fancy, capable, largeft

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See foul used in context: 48 rhymes, 148 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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