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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishafoula‧foul /əˈfaʊl/ adverb   run afoul of somebody/something
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afoulBurgess' illegal use of alcohol ran afoul of the code, a point the righteous Karnaugh was quite eager to make.The bill signed by Leavitt attempts to ban gay student groups without running afoul of this statute.Two men died and two boys were seriously injured as vehicles ran afoul of washed-out roads.
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