Then he started off, making a wide detour so as to avoid the spot where the unlucky Adam must have run foul of the nest.
“I hope we may not run foul of one,” observed Colonel Morley.
The masters and pilots to keep regular watch, taking special care not to run foul of each other.
“Not the first vessels that have run foul in a fog,” observed young Tom.
You've run foul of Jim Plimsoll—or he foul of you, which is more likely.
To run foul of a yacht is to come in collision with another.
Seeing her so near, it occurred to me to run foul of her and board her with my whole crew.
I reckon you mean you still hope we might run foul of some sort of game that would give us a supper?
By way of precaution, lest they should run foul of any other vessel, a lantern was lighted, and set at the bow.
I only wish all the drunkards could be put in a lunatic asylum instead of being allowed to run foul of sober people.