foulness foulness  /ˈfaʊl nəs/


  1. (n) disgusting wickedness and immorality
  2. (n) a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse
  3. (n) (of weather) the badness of the weather
  4. (n) the attribute of having a strong offensive smell


  1. In 1931 the foulness was the rise of pride-injured German nationalism, and the fools were the onlookers to whom it seemed merely an unimportant local nastiness.
  2. Cigarette makers ended up paying billions not so much because they produced an unhealthy product but since they concealed the full foulness of it.
  3. It has been foulness which Americans could understand and, while it represented what was lowest in American life, was still human and not beastly.


  • Clean Your Grody, Nasty, NSFW Laptop Keyboard in 30 Seconds

    We live with our computers. We eat at our computers. We fall in love and cry at our computers. Of course our keyboards are festering petri dishes of filth. But you don't have to live in a perpetual state of foulness -- especially because sanitizing them is relatively quick and easy.        
    on August 21, 2013     Source: Wired News

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