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smash-mouth

Syllabification: smash-mouth

Definition of smash-mouth in English:

adjective& adverb

North American Sport
(Of a style of play) aggressive and confrontational: we’re coming into this game ready to play smash-mouth because we know that’s the type of game it’s going to be
More example sentences
  • The Vikings' offensive line has the brawn to play a smash-mouth style of football.
  • He plays a tough, physical style that should enhance the team's desire to play a smash-mouth style with RB William Green.
  • ‘We are still a power running team,’ says coordinator Mike Mularkey, who prefers ‘that smash-mouth style of football.’

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