Definition of Mouthy

1. Adjective. Overly talkative, insolent, and loud. ¹



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Definition of Mouthy

1. very talkative [adj MOUTHIER, MOUTHIEST] : MOUTHILY [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouthy

mouthlines
mouthly
mouthpart
mouthparts
mouthpiece
mouthpieces
mouths
mouths off
mouthsful
mouthward
mouthwards
mouthwash
mouthwashes
mouthwatering
mouthwateringly
mouthy (current term)
mouton
mouton enragé
moutonnee
moutons
moutons enragés
mouzhik
mouzhiks
mov'd
movabilities
movability
movable
movable barrier
movable bridge
movable feast

Literary usage of Mouthy

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1. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1829)
"A man can hardly have a worse quality than that of being talkative while at work ; or, as the country people call it, " mouthy," which is ..."

2. A treatise on Cobbett's cornby William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1828)
"A man may be strong; he may be willing; he may be handy; but if he be mouthy, he is a disturber of the peace of the farm house, and you never can employ him ..."

3. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1829)
"A man can hardly have a worse quality than that of being talkative while at work ; or, as the country people call it, " mouthy," which is ..."

4. A treatise on Cobbett's cornby William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1828)
"A man may be strong; he may be willing; he may be handy; but if he be mouthy, he is a disturber of the peace of the farm house, and you never can employ him ..."

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