Definition of party foul
- any act committed that has a negative consequence.
- any act that's considered inappropriate in a group party setting.
Hey, he dropped the bong. That's a party foul!
Dropping a bottle of beer on the patio is a serious party foul.
Citation from "Francine's Flashback", American Dad (TV), Season 1 Episode 4 (2005) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'foul':
|Definitions include: An action by something or someone that is wrong or insulting.|
|Definitions include: if nothing very bad happens, there's no problem.|
Other terms relating to 'party':
|Definitions include: "anything but clothes party".|
|Definitions include: the one party of a swinging couple who seeks to be in the lifestyle as opposed to the other party who does not.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "Grand Old Party."|
|Definitions include: A gathering where there are mostly men and few, if any, females.|
|Definitions include: a bachelorette party.|
|Definitions include: a rave.|
|Definitions include: a person who parties hard and often.|
|Definitions include: to party.|
|Definitions include: a female who parties a lot.|
|Definitions include: condom.|
|Definitions include: when a person's nipples stand out on end due to cold temperature or stimulation.|
|Definitions include: to have a great time, or to keep having a great time after something happens.|
|Definitions include: a boring person.|
|Definitions include: a convenience store.|
|Definitions include: feeling sorry for one's self.|
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