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Noun
Plural for the opening and cavity in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips
“The girl's mouth dropped slightly when she was told the startling news.”
Noun
Plural for an opening or entrance to a hollow, concave, or enclosed structure
“The frail man simply shook his head and headed for the mouth of the cave.”
Noun
Plural for the edge or opening of a container
“It fits the mouth of the container and is locked tightly.”
Noun
Plural for talkativeness, typically impudent or rude in nature
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“The mouth on this boy! So rude!”
Noun
Plural for the place where a river enters the sea
“Belfast sits at the mouth of the River Lagan and is encircled by green rolling hills.”
Noun
Plural for a facial expression indicating disapproval or displeasure
“She noticed his furtive glances, made a mouth at him, and gave him the back of her head for the space of a minute.”
Noun
Plural for a person or organization who speaks on behalf of another person or organization
“If by writing news stories, journalists are acting as the mouth of the Party, by writing internal reports, they are the ears and eyes.”
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Plural for boastful, rude, or excessive talk that is rarely backed up or acted upon
“He's all mouth, nothing to worry about.”
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Plural for a mouth or aperture, such as of a tube, pipe, etc.
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Plural for the projecting nose and mouth of an animal, especially a mammal
Noun
Plural for woman who speaks as the voice of a group of people
Noun
Plural for the lower jaw, especially the lower jawbone
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Buccal cavities
Noun
Plural for a pipe or valve through which water or gas may escape
Noun
Plural for a small stream of running water
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Plural for a hollow space inside something
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Plural for a large bowl-shaped cavity in the ground or on a celestial object
Verb
To utter words using speech
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“They were content to mouth the slogans and go through the motions.”
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To speak in a low or barely audible voice
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To make known or to reveal
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Make a grimace
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To engage in (typically meaningless or unimportant) conversation
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To (excessively) boast about one's accomplishments, qualities, or possessions
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Utter or deliver words in a rhetorical or impassioned way, as if to an audience
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Speak or shout at length in an angry, impassioned way
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To make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune
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