loudmouth

noun
loud·​mouth | \ ˈlau̇d-ˌmau̇th How to pronounce loudmouth (audio) \

Definition of loudmouth

: a loudmouthed person

Examples of loudmouth in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Naird’s nemesis is the Air Force chief of staff (The Americans’ Noah Emerich), a womanizing loudmouth named General — wait for it — Grabaston. Kristen Baldwin, EW.com, "Steve Carell's military comedy Space Force is a title in search of a show: Review," 25 May 2020 For example, Courbet was put in prison for being kind of a confrontational loudmouth, like myself. Will Heinrich, New York Times, "Sean Scully Closes His Windows," 9 Apr. 2020 Rob’s employees are Clyde (Jake Lacy), an ex-boyfriend who discovered himself to be gay, and Cherise (Da’Vine Joy Randolph), an insecure loudmouth. Troy Patterson, The New Yorker, "A New Update of “High Fidelity” Feels Stuck in Its Original Century," 5 Feb. 2020 All are good ways to avoid the button-pushers and loudmouths. Author: Donna Cameron, Anchorage Daily News, "How to survive Thanksgiving when your family is divided over politics," 27 Nov. 2019 All are good ways to avoid the button-pushers and loudmouths. Author: Donna Cameron, Anchorage Daily News, "How to survive Thanksgiving when your family is divided over politics," 27 Nov. 2019 Poe spends Last Jedi in an intriguing mansplaining fable, the loudmouth hotshot who keeps challenging his female commanders. Darren Franich, EW.com, "Star Wars rewatch: The Last Jedi destroys a legend to rebuild the same legend," 16 Dec. 2019 All this yada yada—the whole megillah of loudmouth quasi-lies—just keep on streaming. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "How Uncut Gems Finds the Beauty in Schmuck Style," 10 Dec. 2019 All are good ways to avoid the button-pushers and loudmouths. Author: Donna Cameron, Anchorage Daily News, "How to survive Thanksgiving when your family is divided over politics," 27 Nov. 2019

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First Known Use of loudmouth

1914, in the meaning defined above

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“Loudmouth.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loudmouth. Accessed 3 Dec. 2020.

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loudmouth

noun
How to pronounce loudmouth (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of loudmouth

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

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