Definitions

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  • v. To make a mistake, to go wrong.
  • v. To botch; to make a mess of.

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Examples

  • Periodically I foul up the routes here, applying spells of misdirection, so as not to be pestered by casual querists; it's a good location. "

    A Spell For Chameleon

  • A survey team couldn't foul up so badly as to miss something as long-term deadly as a hive virus.

    Warhorse

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