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Example Sentences for "foil"

Once again, Superman foiled the villain's plans to take over the planetThe robbery was foiled by an off-duty policeman who was in the bank at the time depositing his paycheck.

Once again, Superman foiled the villain's plans to take over the planet.

He was arrested following a foiled attempt to steal a car.

Ireland's chances of winning its first world title could be foiled by the excellent Welsh team.

Stormy weather foiled their attempt to sail around the island.

Police have foiled an attempt to ship 15 kilograms of cocaine to L.A. from Seattle.

We wrapped the potatoes in aluminum foil and roasted them in the campfire.

Don't throw that tin foil in the garbage; it can be recycled.

The burial chambers contained within the pyramids are connected by a maze of passageways, including dead-ends designed to foil grave robbers.

During the Second World War, Hitler's planned invasion of Russia was foiled by the terrible winter weather.

The army says it has foiled an attempt by the enemy to drive them from their position.

The penalty shot was foiled by a brilliant stop on the part of the goalkeeper.

An unknown woman tried to steal a baby from the hospital nursery but was foiled by medical personnel.

In fencing, only the point of the foil can be used to score a point.

Kendo is a Japanese martial art in which people fight using bamboo foils or wooden swords.

British police say they have foiled at least eight terrorist attacks planned for England since 9/11.

The juice is packaged in foil packages which can be easily carried in a pants pocket or the pocket of a knapsack.


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