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mouth US English

The opening in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken in and from which speech and other sounds are emitted

mouth US Thesaurus

open your mouth

shut your face ! US English

Used as a rude or angry way of telling someone to be quiet

bad-mouth US English

Criticize (someone or something); speak disloyally of

mouth off US English

Talk in an unpleasantly loud and boastful or opinionated way

foul mouth US English

A tendency to use bad language

mouth organ US English

Another term for harmonica.

poor mouth US English

A person who claims to be poor in order to benefit from others

smart mouth US English

An ability or tendency to make impertinent retorts; impudence

smash-mouth US English

(Of a style of play) aggressive and confrontational

mouth-to-mouth US English

Denoting a method of artificial respiration in which a person breathes into an unconscious patient’s lungs through the mouth

dragon's mouth US English

Another term for arethusa.

scabby mouth US English

A viral disease of sheep and goats which results in the formation of sores around the animal’s mouth

trench mouth US English

Ulcerative gingivitis

be all mouth US English

Tend to talk boastfully without any intention of acting on one’s words

mouth-breather US English

A stupid person

hand to mouth US English

Satisfying only one’s immediate needs because of lack of money for future plans and investments

word of mouth US English

Spoken language; informal or unofficial discourse

a mouth to feed US English

A person, typically a child, who has to be looked after and fed

open one's mouth US English

Say something

watch one's mouth US English

Be careful about what one says

down in the mouth US English

(Of a person or their expression) unhappy; dejected

foam at the mouth US English

Be very angry

froth at the mouth US English

Emit a large amount of saliva from the mouth in a bodily seizure

melt in the mouth US English

(Of food) be deliciously light or tender and need little or no chewing

stop someone's mouth US English

Induce someone to keep silent about something

ashes in one's mouth US English

(Become) something that is bitterly disappointing or worthless

from the horse's mouth US English

(Of information) from the person directly concerned or another authoritative source

keep one's mouth shut US English

Not say anything, especially not reveal a secret

shoot one's mouth off US English

Talk boastfully or indiscreetly

wash one's mouth out US English

Stop swearing

foot-and-mouth disease US English

A contagious viral disease of cattle and sheep, causing ulceration of the hoofs and around the mouth

hoof-and-mouth disease US English

Another term for foot-and-mouth disease.

run off at the mouth US English

Talk excessively or indiscreetly

mouth off at in mouth off US English

Loudly criticize or abuse

put words into someone's mouth US English

Falsely or inaccurately report what someone has said

mouth off in mouth US English

Talk in an unpleasantly loud and boastful or opinionated way

have one's heart in one's mouth US English

Be greatly alarmed or apprehensive

a bad taste in someone's mouth US English

A feeling of distress or disgust following an experience

look a gift horse in the mouth US English

Find fault with something that has been received as a gift or favor

put one's money where one's mouth is US English

Take action to support one’s statements or opinions

take the words out of someone's mouth US English

Say what someone else was about to say

bigmouth US English

An indiscreet or boastful person

laugh out of the other side of one's mouth US English

Be discomfited after feeling satisfaction or confidence about something

be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth US English

Be born into a wealthy family of high social standing

put one's foot in it US English

Say or do something tactless or embarrassing; commit a blunder or indiscretion

hand to mouth in hand US English

Satisfying only one’s immediate needs because of lack of money for future plans and investments

be all mouth in mouth US English

Tend to talk boastfully without any intention of acting on one’s words


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