loudmouth

noun
loud·mouth | \ ˈlau̇d-ˌmau̇th \

Definition of loudmouth 

: a loudmouthed person

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Better that than to run the risk of some loudmouth outing you. Steve & Mia, Philly.com, "Steve & Mia: I want to have hate sex with my ex," 12 Apr. 2018 Roseanne Connor, the lovable loudmouth played by Barr, was an outspoken supporter of Trump, and some episodes pitted her against liberal-minded relatives. Daniel Arkin /, NBC News, "Roseanne Barr was a gamble for ABC long before Tuesday's cancellation," 29 May 2018 His entire persona is satire, aimed at poking fun at traditional sports media, players and coaches who traffic in clichés, and of loudmouth fans raised in a smoldering universe of hot takes. Rick Maese, chicagotribune.com, "PFT Commenter rose from an internet 'cesspool' to podcasting glory. And no one knows who he is.," 21 May 2018 As a result, Merlino — who rose to fame as a rail-thin, slick-haired loudmouth — has been in prosecutors’ crosshairs for most of his adult life. Chris Palmer, Philly.com, "After a lifetime of fighting back, reputed Philly mob boss 'Skinny Joey' Merlino pleads guilty," 27 Apr. 2018 For the truth is, Mr. Trump’s version of the loudmouth demagogue is increasingly coming out on the better side of the emerging facts on Russia. Holman W. Jenkins, WSJ, "Why Trump Never Speaks Ill of Putin," 23 Mar. 2018 And a big serving for humble pie for some of the loudmouths on the left. Fox News, "Ingraham: The lawlessness of the Democratic Party," 20 Mar. 2018 But that didn’t stop Suckabee from changing the narrative from the president is a boisterous, loudmouth air hole to the president is a boisterous loudmouth air-hole leader! Stephen A. Crockett Jr., The Root, "Watch Sarah ‘Suckabee’ Sanders Explain What the President Really Meant When He Claimed He Would’ve Run Into Florida High School," 26 Feb. 2018 Asking good questions is an art, not some loudmouth anger spew. Paul Daugherty, Cincinnati.com, "Daugherty: Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is a victim of his own success," 4 Jan. 2018

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1914, in the meaning defined above

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loudmouth

noun

English Language Learners Definition of loudmouth

: a loud person : a person who talks too much and who says unpleasant or stupid things

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