Definition of motormouth in English:

motormouth

Line breaks: motor|mouth
Pronunciation: /ˈməʊtəməʊθ
 
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noun

informal
A person who talks quickly and incessantly.
More example sentences
  • But for every new-found friend ready to stand a drink at the bar, there is a wisecracking motormouth, resentful of a footballer's many blessings, fervently determined to downsize the over-inflated ego attributed to all players.
  • In fact Gerry can resemble a motormouth at times and this week he'll find that comes in handy when he covers for a holidaying John Laws on AM radio station 2UE in Sydney.
  • He'd been around once before, when the baby was only weeks old, and I hadn't taken any notice of him, other than to note that he was a bit of a motormouth.

Derivatives

motormouthed

adjective
More example sentences
  • After Mom's funeral, Largeman has the great fortune of meeting Natalie Portman's motormouthed, epileptic animal-lover Sam.
  • It was good to see them all again, and they were remarkably tolerant of my motormouthed idiocy.
  • The piece concerns two wives on the run: thrill-seeking Cass, who abandons her unadventurous husband, and bibulously motormouthed Lois, who is abandoned by hers.

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