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  1. mouth

    • n.
      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;the opening through which an animal takes in food, corresponding to the human mouth
    • v.
      say (something dull or unoriginal), especially in a pompous or affected way;utter very clearly and distinctly
    • verb: mouth, 3rd person present: mouths, gerund or present participle: mouthing, past tense: mouthed, past participle: mouthed

    • noun: mouth, plural noun: mouths

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    • 1. say (something dull or unoriginal), especially in a pompous or affected way this clergyman mouths platitudes in breathy, soothing tones
    • utter very clearly and distinctly she would carefully mouth the right pronunciation
    • move the lips as if saying (something) or in a grimace she mouthed a silent farewell “Come on,” he mouthed
    • 2. take in or touch with the mouth puppies may mouth each other's collars during play
    • train the mouth of (a horse) so that it responds to a bit.
    • adj.
      (of a person or animal) having a mouth of a specified kind: a clown's face, wide-mouthed and laughing

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a person or animal) having a mouth of a specified kind: a clown's face, wide-mouthed and laughing

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a person who claims to be poor in order to benefit from others: I am not crying the poor mouth but only telling it as it is
    • v.
      talk disparagingly about: I used to poor-mouth corporate jets, but now that I've had the use of one I really appreciate it

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    • n.
      a person who claims to be poor in order to benefit from others: I am not crying the poor mouth but only telling it as it is
    • v.
      claim to be poor: the poor-mouthing museum is not exactly eager to publicize this good fortune

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    • adj.
      (of a style of play in sports, especially football) aggressive and confrontational: I love watching smash-mouth football they have a smash-mouth mentality
    • n.
      an aggressive and confrontational style of play, especially a style of offensive play that ... we're coming into this game ready to play smash-mouth

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a tendency to use bad language: she censored her famous potty mouth to make it a family affair

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      smelling, looking, or sounding delicious: a mouth-watering mixture of French and English cuisine

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an ability or tendency to make impertinent retorts; impudence: why do you hide behind that smart mouth all the time?
    • v.
      make impertinent remarks to someone: he started smart-mouthing don't you smart-mouth me

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    • n.
      the opening and cavity in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through ... Ben stood transfixed with disbelief, his mouth open he leaned over and kissed her on the mouth
    • v.
      move the lips as if saying (something): she mouthed a silent farewell ‘Come on,’ he mouthed

    Oxford Dictionary