Definition of loudmouth
: a loudmouthed person
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After writing off the Cavaliers, sports network loudmouths Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith suddenly like Cleveland's chances in Game 5 of the NBA Finals tonight.
Of all the reasons to loathe that noxious loudmouth Sean Hannity, my top choice is that the Fox News host consistently has the nerve to serve his lavish amount of stupidity with sides of hubris and sanctimony.
The loudmouth threatened the man, calling him horrible names.
Ball will likely end up in Los Angeles, just like his loudmouth father had hoped.
Instead of watching a charming group of 20-somethings navigate the bumpy transition to adulthood, a large swath of the country now watched a politically incorrect loudmouth berate aspiring entrepreneurs.
So don’t fret about the haters or the loudmouth bullies on social media.
Everybody gets it about crushing loudmouths for the sake of tyranny (that’s pretty easy).
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Definition of loudmouth for English Language Learners
: a loud person : a person who talks too much and who says unpleasant or stupid things
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