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Adjective: befouled  bi'fawld
  1. Made dirty or foul
    "a building befouled with soot";
    - fouled
Verb: befoul  bi'fawl
  1. Spoil, spot, stain, or pollute
    - foul, defile, maculate [literary]

See also: dirty, soiled, unclean

Type of: attaint [archaic], disgrace, dishonor [US], dishonour [Brit, Cdn], shame