Definition of full-mouthed in English:

full-mouthed

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adjective

1(Of cattle, sheep, etc.) having a full set of adult teeth.
2Spoken loudly or vigorously.
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  • Her sumptuous piano and languid, full-mouthed singing style is a positive comparison… in a league with Joni Mitchell.
  • We turned pages and crunched onion rings and made moronic full-mouthed sounds of pleasure and amusement.

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