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
Izenberg was asked how a big-mouthed kid from Louisville who got into boxing after someone stole the 12-year-old's bicycle, went on to become one of the most revered men on the planet.
As the women and volunteers dotted the Little River, word came over a walkie-talkie: One of the women had caught a small-mouthed bass up near the falls.
Duterte, who took office last year, is known for his foul-mouthed comments about world leaders and has previously targeted President Barack Obama, Pope Francis and the U.S. ambassador to the Philippines.
This star-forming region 10,000 light years away got its nickname from its overall shape, which resembles an open-mouthed Pacman.
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Definition of mouthed for Students
: having a mouth especially of a specified kind a large-mouthed jar
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