foulie

foulie

(ˈfaʊlɪ)
n
informal Austral a bad mood
[C20: from foul]
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DOING ITFOR KICKS Molly Foulie shows Blair Atholl her kung-fu style
(1980), "L'Age du Fer en Aquitaine", Memories de la Societe Prehistorique Frangaise, Tome 14, 1980, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Service des Foulies, Paris.
The crew on a yacht anchored in the cove at Angel Island in mid-Bay can be quaffing cold beers to beat the heat, while other sailors a mile away are hunkered in their foulies.
Technical clothing has gone from woolly jumpers and oilskins to microfleeces and breathable lightweight foulies. These improvements in personal comfort have been mirrored by developments in navigational equipment--from sextants to GPS--and the increase in the performance of cutting-edge race boats.
Racers had less objection to the harness, it turned out, than the PFDs." He foresees that a future where US Sailing and probably the ORC are going to force crews to wear harnesses; "We're going to see more of the RORC thing, where when you wear foulies, you're going to be forced to put on a harness."