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cottonmouth

noun cot·ton·mouth \ˈkä-tən-ˌmath\

Definition of COTTONMOUTH

Origin of COTTONMOUTH

from the white interior of its mouth
First Known Use: 1832

cottonmouth

noun cot·ton·mouth \ˈkät-ən-ˌmath\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of COTTONMOUTH

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