mouthed

adjective
\ˈmau̇t͟hd, ˈmau̇tht \

Definition of mouthed 

: having a mouth especially of a specified kind often used in combination a soft-mouthed fish

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Deadpool 2 Release: May 18, 2018 Verdict: Maybe Fresh off his foul-mouthed 2016 film, Deadpool, played by Ryan Reynolds, is back for more gut-and-groin-punching action. Darren Orf, Popular Mechanics, "The 2018 Sci-Fi Film Guide," 28 Dec. 2017 Foul-mouthed parrot gives firefighters explicit greeting during rescue. Fox News, "FOX NEWS FIRST: 'Trump effect' felt in Tuesday's primaries; Trump-Omarosa feud heading to court?," 15 Aug. 2018 Ryan Reynolds is best known as the beloved and foul-mouthed superhero of our dreams. refinery29.com, "Ryan Reynolds Tweets Dad Advice Literally No One Should Heed," 15 June 2018 The foul-mouthed anti-hero hit theaters nationwide Friday, May 18, and reviews are good. Kat Bein, Billboard, "Diplo, French Montana, Lil Pump & Zhavia Set the 'Party' Ablaze in New Video: Watch," 21 May 2018 Not every subreddit is broad and overpopulated with the kind of foul-mouthed Redditors that are self-serious to the point of parody. Eric Limer, Popular Mechanics, "5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Reddit," 15 July 2015 The Swedes watched the ball go in with open-mouthed disbelief. Tim Booth, chicagotribune.com, "Toni Kroos' creative goal helps Germany survive scare from Sweden," 23 June 2018 Pert and pretty and smart-mouthed, Hanna is intriguing and a little dangerous — the splash of vinegar that counters the sugar. Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times, "Review: Suicidal Man Seeks Mystery Woman for ‘Entanglement’," 8 Feb. 2018 Lil' Penny — a puppet voiced by comedian Chris Rock — was the loud-mouthed alter ego of then-Magic star Anfernee Hardaway in numerous Nike commercials during the 1990s. Chuck Schilken, latimes.com, "Orlando Magic hope Lil' Penny will change their NBA draft lottery fortunes," 15 May 2018

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First Known Use of mouthed

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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mouthed

adjective
\ˈmau̇t͟hd, ˈmau̇tht\

Kids Definition of mouthed

: having a mouth especially of a specified kind a large-mouthed jar

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