loud·​mouthed ˈlau̇d-ˌmau̇tht How to pronounce loudmouthed (audio)
: given to loud offensive talk

Examples of loudmouthed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web This brings us to an interaction this week between Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), with whom Greene is perpetually vying for the title of most loudmouthed female Republican in Congress. Monica Hesse, Washington Post, 23 June 2023 When the first statue dedicated to Mary Wollstonecraft—pioneering feminist, patron saint of loudmouthed women—finally went up in a park in North London, in the fall of 2020, some two hundred years after her death, the public reaction was swift and extreme. Anna Russell, The New Yorker, 10 May 2022 The pans and zooms land cartoonishly on boobs and butts, as dapper engineer and new dad Cédric (Patrick Hivon) cheerfully downs solo cups of stadium beer while his loudmouthed, proudly unreconstructed buddy (Hubert Proulx) casually ranks the attractiveness of online women. Jessica Kiang, Variety, 23 Jan. 2022 Jerome is a flashy, loudmouthed figure who can make an entrance like no other. Keith Jenkins, The Enquirer, 16 Oct. 2021 Both exulted in their reputations as loudmouthed, politically incorrect mavericks. Washington Post, 11 Aug. 2021 For two decades, McInnes had carved out a brand as a loudmouthed hipster media mogul, openly and earnestly spouting anti-immigrant, misogynistic, racist rhetoric under the guise of flouting the boundaries of acceptability. Ej Dickson, Rolling Stone, 15 June 2021 Innkeeper Basil Fawlty locks horns with a loudmouthed American guest in a MAGA hat. Washington Post, 22 Oct. 2020 Hearst was more attuned to a boardroom badass, a contemporary Georgia O’Keefe, a loudmouthed activist — and her mother. Washington Post, 17 Aug. 2019

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Word History

First Known Use

1602, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of loudmouthed was in 1602

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“Loudmouthed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loudmouthed. Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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