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mouthy

mouthy

adjective \ˈma-thē, -thē\

: talking too much and often in an unpleasant or rude way

mouth·i·ermouth·i·est

Full Definition of MOUTHY

1
:  marked by bombast or back talk
2
:  excessively talkative :  garrulous

Examples of MOUTHY

  1. <those mouthy motorists who can't seem to stay off their cell phones>

First Known Use of MOUTHY

1589

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