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- adj. Obsolete form of foreign.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Foreign.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of foreign.
- n. A jakes; a cesspool.
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I think President Obama should redisige his approach and ad som more concrete patherns of the u turn which he ivisions and the bennefits that the U.S. has achieved less the forein policy mistakes commited.
Stop buying forein product and car cause they are cheaper.
Then what will stop the gov. or forein enemies from taking us out?
I don't think being a beauty contestant and a hockey mom or an ex governor of the least most populated state in th U.S. gives you much knowledge regarding forein plicy.
Moreover, forein aid also made major contributions to the great economic miracle acheived in these countries.
They go in forein countries and in big cities where they can find job.
And if they were not tapping US phones and just doing forein survailence, there would not be an issue.
Salesman:*hevy forein accent*Wud yu lyke tew bai owr produkt?
Dumb foreign people yell, "hey englih is not my native lamguage so you cant call me an idiot - i just have troubels talking in a forein tongue."
She learned to speak ! spanisch later but its still her second mother language not a forein language!