foully foully


  1. (adv) in an unfair and insulting manner
  2. (adv) in a wicked and shameful manner


  1. Though Luke does not know it, his father also fought the Empire before he was foully murdered by Darth Vader.
  2. He proclaimed liberty by foully assassinating the Archduke Francis Ferdinand, Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary.
  3. The jig was up, but still some of them filtered into a regimental command post of the 32nd Division on a foully dark night.



  1. "Yeah, today was completely different," said Pressel, who celebrated her 18th birthday on Tuesday, three days after graduating from high school. "Yesterday, I didn't do much of anything well other than hit the ball foully. Last night, I...
    on May 26, 2006 By: Morgan Pressel Source: ESPN

  2. Discussing the conference held earlier that week in Tehran, Fisk said it would have been far wiser for Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinajad to acknowlege, rather than deny, the Holocaust, then say, "Yes, yes, six million Jews were foully murdered,...
    on Mar 20, 2007 By: Robert Fisk Source: Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

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