fouled

178 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[fˈa͡ʊld], [fˈa‍ʊld], [f_ˈaʊ_l_d]
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Synonyms for Fouled:

dirtied (verb)

befouled, besmirched, contaminated, defiled, dirtied, muddied, polluted, putrefied, smeared, smirched, smudged, soiled, stained, streaked, sullied, tainted, tarnished.

hindered (verb)

baffled, barred, blocked, bottlenecked, braked, bunged, burdened, caught, checked, choked, clogged, complicated, congested, constipated, constrained, countered, cramped, crimped, crippled, curbed, dammed, delayed, detained, deterred, dragged, encumbered, entangled, entrapped, fettered, frustrated, hampered, hamstrung, handicapped, hindered, impaired, impeded, inhibited, interrupted, jammed, mired, obstructed, opposed, paralyzed, plugged, resisted, restrained, restricted, snagged, snarled, stayed, stopped, tangled, thwarted.

Other synonyms and related words:

addled, afoul, asphyxiated, attainted, backed, based, bedaubed, bedraggled, begrimed, besmeared, blacked, blemished, boggy, bound, bumped, choked up, clashed, clogged up, clotted, clouded, collided, conked, corrupted, costive, crashed, croaked, daubed, decayed, died, dirty, disgustful, disgusting, disgustingly dirty, distasteful, drabbled, draggled, feculent, fenny, fetid, filthy, foetid, foul, full, funky, gagged, grimy, grossed, grubby, highly offensive, impacted, impured, infarcted, infected, loathly, loathsome, lowed, marked-up, marshy, miry, mucky, mud-caked, mud-spattered, muddy, nasty, noisome, obstipated, offensively malodorous, oozy, overloaded, packed, plugged up, profaned, putrid, ranked, repellant, repellent, revolting, scragged, slimy, smashed, smelly, smutty, spoiled, spotted, squashy, squelchy, squishy, squushy, stinking, stopped up, strangled, stuffed, stuffed up, substantiated, suffocated, supported, suppressed, swampy, thoroughly unpleasant, throttled, unclean, unfaired, unsporting, unsportsmanlike, vile, wicked, wronged, yucky.

Rhymes for Fouled:

  1. scowled, howled, growled;

Quotes for Fouled:

  1. Probably millions of Americans got up this morning with a cup of coffee, a cigarette and a donut. No wonder they are sick and fouled up. Jack LaLanne.

Idioms of Fouled:

  1. fouled up;