mouth·ful noun \ˈmau̇th-ˌfu̇l\
: as much as a mouth will hold
: a word, name, or phrase that is very long or difficult to say
: something said that has a lot of meaning or importance
a : as much as a mouth will hold
b : the quantity usually taken into the mouth at one time
a : a very long word or phrase
b : a comment or a statement rich in meaning or substance
Examples of MOUTHFUL
- It was a delicious meal. We enjoyed every mouthful.
- His last name is a real mouthful.
First Known Use of MOUTHFUL
Rhymes with MOUTHFUL
, in full
, John Bull
, pit bull
, steel wool
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