And even when the feller got afoul of him, the chances are the old land-pirut would steal the brick.
What infernal notion is afoul of you, Orne, grabbing for my money before you report?
Yes, marm; but 'tain't there now—the cattle got afoul of the pillar of salt one day, and licked it all up!
In youth he was so pious, that young and old were afraid to say afoul word in his presence.
The consequence of this was that we no sooner came Abreast of the reef in that locality than we got afoul of it.
If, like me, you can't pole a punt its length without running into a mud-bank or afoul of the bushes, then send for Fin.
Labe was sorry, too, I don't doubt, when his bedtime went by and he kept runnin' afoul of one of your mistakes after another.
Of course, every man was on his feet in a second, thinking we were all but afoul of another vessel.
Its reluctance was quite uncanny until E. Van Tenner observed that in some way the pencil had got afoul of the pocket flap.
He must have got afoul of the enemy's horse, and been obliged to beat it off.