- v spot, stain, or pollute
- s made dirty or foul
a building befouled with soot
- Growing up in the Garden State, Bargmann developed an affinity for befouled terrain during drives past the industrial dumps in New Jersey's Meadowlands.
- Repeatedly portraits of Benito Mussolini were publicly burned, and Italian tricolors were torn to tatters, spat upon, befouled.
- In the President's own boyhood town of Whittier, a part of metropolitan Los Angeles, the once sweet air is befouled with carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, lead compounds, sulfur .
News & Articles
- Cumulus Outs Cisco-Threatening Linux Network OS
The eagle seen flying over San Jose Wednesday was not a good omen for Cisco Systems. That quickly became evident from the way the creature befouled Cisco headquarters and beat its wings so that it sounded like it was humming the tune “Ding, dong, the witch is dead.”
June 20, 2013 - Linux
- Alexander Solzhenitsyn in San Francisco Chronicle
Carlisle flung my ('First Circle') to be stamped upon, befouled and derided,Solzhenitsyn wrote in an essay, "A Small Seed Fell Between Two Millstones," which has not been published in the United States but is expected to be released in...