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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 talkativeness or impudence
“She had a bit too much mouth and not enough brain.”
Noun
Plural for the opening and cavity in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken in and vocal sounds are emitted
“The girl's mouth dropped slightly, as she recognized him.”
Noun
Plural for the opening for filling or emptying a container
“It fits the mouth of the container and is locked tightly.”
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 twisting of the facial features in disgust or disapproval
“… the boy usually makes a mouth when he gets an injection.”
Noun
Plural for a person who speaks for another or for a group
“… the press secretary is the official mouth of the administration.”
Noun
Plural for boastful, rude, or excessive talk
“She is all mouth and no talent.”
Verb
To distort one's face
“… when her mother told her to mind, the little girl mouthed insolently and rolled her eyes.”
Verb
To speak softly and unclearly
“… the prompter mouthed the forgotten words under his breath.”
Verb
To speak or say something insincerely, esp. in public
“They were content to mouth the slogans and go through the motions.”
Verb
To utter words using speech
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