Definition of mouthed
: having a mouth especially of a specified kind —often used in combination a soft-mouthed fish
Recent Examples of mouthed from the Web
Since then, Olivas has taunted and bad-mouthed her at every opportunity and used his influence to muscle her off cases.
To read the lines of this foul-mouthed, substance-abusing Fred Savage is really something.
The 31-year-old Transformers actor was booked for disorderly conduct, obstruction and public drunkenness in Savannah, Georgia early Saturday morning, and new videos show his foul-mouthed tantrum during booking.
In this story, the bad guy is not the blustering, foul-mouthed father but the sweet-talking daughter: a villain even more terrifying given her failure to present as such.
The Little Hours Is an Alt-Comedy Gone Medieval—David Sims watches Jeff Baena’s new film, which juxtaposes foul-mouthed 21st-century humor with bawdy tales from the Middle Ages.
This demo starred the same foul-mouthed monkey that stole the show in BG&E2's debut trailer.
His zany, foul-mouthed Mayor Adam West first appeared during the second season of the hit Fox show and has been recurring ever since.
The move was directed by Veep-creator Armando Iannucci and features similar foul-mouthed, fast-talking, and half-doofus political actors trying to screw each other in one way or another.
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First Known Use of mouthed
MOUTHED Defined for Kids
Definition of mouthed for Students
: having a mouth especially of a specified kind a large-mouthed jar
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