foul-play

foul play

noun
1.
any treacherous or unfair dealing, especially involving murder: We feared that he had met with foul play.
2.
unfair conduct in a game.

Origin:
1600–10

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foul play
 
n
1.  unfair or treacherous conduct esp with violence
2.  a violation of the rules in a game or sport

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