Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete variant of foul.
“Don't get me wrong, one of those crammed-full-of-yum treats will eventually grace this blog (God willing!) but I knew I needed something portable and not covered in potentially sticky frosting that fould just rub off on the inside of the plastic bag on Mom's way to work.”
“THe rifling apparently fould up tthe longer pattern.”
“She also made many fallicious arguments during the final part of the campaign about popular vote, what states count and which ones don't and cried fould and blamed everyone exdcept herself and her campaign for her trun from being the inevitible nominee to losing. she has a lot of work to do, and if Obama loses, it can be spelled one way H I L L A R Y!!”
“And IIRC they were fould relevant to the civil case.”
“Morever and more importantly, once the executive obtains data on Americans without a warrant and the rtlecos follow the order and the executive never thereafter gets a warrant no fould and nor redress.”
“Now, how about some civil conversation instead of fould language and derogatory commentary?”
“Bush and his fould regime (with total justice) I would always, somewhat reflexively, say to myself 'Good stuff, but will he ever say these things about a Democrat?”
“I've worked most of my career for the State of California, Treasury Dept., from my experience, to me,both the left and right are the same-their only thought is just to protect themselves, so trying to talk politics to me would be a waste because I fould the politicians only watches out for themselves.”
“If Nash had simply taken the obvious fould attempt, none of this would have happened.”
“Finally, we fould an old guy who was working on a sign by the road and asked him about a plane crash about 30 years ago … He got kinda quiet and had a somber look in his face.”
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