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Spell check of foul

Correct spelling: foul

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gratifying, unexceptionable, stainless, unspotted, appropriate, satisfying, pure, G-rated, favorable, prudish, beneficent, aromatic, innocuous, sparkling, balmy, pleasing, puritanical, orderly, invigorating, approved, taintless, attractive, limpid, salubrious, combed, undefiled, whitened, flowery, decorous, rejuvenating, healthful, prim, nice, luscious, shiny, suitable, ethical, flawless, darling, Victorian, cleansed, fit, legible, palatable, inoffensive, blessed, life-giving, untangled, just, in-bounds, perfect, cleaned, unobjectionable, fragrant, meet, respectable, tidy, priggish, acceptable, felicitous, unclog, scrupulous, serene, immaculate, delightful, unpolluted, sanctioned, fruity, endorsed, sportsmanlike, salutary, advantageous, honorable, virginal, congenial, peaceful, ordered, beneficial, helpful, useful, savory, restorative, principled, clement, rainless, staid, moral, proper, fair, clean, cloudless, pleasurable, woodsy, irreproachable, delicious, good, law-abiding, redolent, unstained, spick-and-span, sportsmanly, bright, unimpeachable, purified, ambrosial, scented, sweet, desirable, unclouded, appealing, groomed, spotless, likable, bleached, dreamy, profitable, placid, delectable, decent, unblemished, agreeable, cleanly, welcome, heavenly, halcyon, enjoyable, becoming, sunny, polite, calm, legal, seemly, healthy, wholesome, sunshiny, righteous, delightsome, serviceable, spicy, inviting, correct, neat, straitlaced, untouched, clear, unsullied, genteel, dulcet, pleasant, alluring, perfumed, unsoiled, untainted.

Examples of usage:

1) We fear foul play of some sort. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) There has been foul play here. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) It may be that we will not meet your or my father at all- and that these foul people have kidnapped us. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.