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fullmouthed

adjective full·mouthed \ˈfl-ˈmathd, -ˈmatht\

Definition of FULLMOUTHED

1
:  having a full complement of teeth <fullmouthed ewes>
2
:  uttered loudly

First Known Use of FULLMOUTHED

1577

fullmouthed

adjective full·mouthed \ˈfl-ˈmathd, ˈfəl-, -ˈmatht\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of FULLMOUTHED

:  having a full complement of teeth—used especially of sheep and cattle <fullmouthed ewes>

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