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Definition of "foiling" []

  • Present participle of foil. (verb)
  • The act by which something is foiled; prevention of success. (noun)
  • The track of game, such as deer, in the grass. (noun)

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Use "foiling" in a sentence
  • "According to the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP), Taliban spokesman Qari Muhammad Yousuf confirmed the statement of the Taliban chief in which he praised the people of Afghanistan for what he called foiling the American drama by avoiding participation in the American-manipulated elections."
  • "So far as the overall security picture is concerned, the strategy is working, not least because of the help the West receives from Pakistan in foiling potential terrorist attacks."
  • "As “Kid Devil”, he assisted his hero in foiling an airplane hijacking, and later helped defeat one of his enemies, the Vanquisher."