Simple Definition of mouthpiece
: a part of something that is placed between or near your lips
: someone who speaks for another person or for a group or organization
Examples of mouthpiece in a sentence
the mouthpiece of a trumpet
He's been acting as a mouthpiece for the government on questions of foreign policy.
The company has hired an attorney as a mouthpiece to answer its critics.
First Known Use of mouthpiece
Rhymes with mouthpiece
apiece, at peace, Burmese, camise, caprice, cassis, cerise, chemise, Chinese, Cochise, codpiece, coulisse, crosspiece, decease, decrease, degrease, Dumfries, earpiece, eyepiece, fieldpiece, grandniece, hairpiece, headpiece, heelpiece, increase, lend-lease, Maltese, Matisse, Maurice, nosepiece, obese, one-piece, pastis, pelisse, police, re-lease, release, seapiece, set piece, shankpiece, showpiece, sidepiece, stringpiece, sublease, surcease, tailpiece, think piece, timepiece, toepiece, three-piece, two-piece, valise, wool grease, workpiece
MOUTHPIECE Defined for Kids
Definition of mouthpiece for Students
: the part put to, between, or near the lips <the mouthpiece of a trumpet> <the mouthpiece of a telephone>
Seen and Heard
What made you want to look up mouthpiece? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).