mouthed

adjective \ ˈmau̇t͟hd , ˈmau̇tht \
Updated on: 7 Dec 2017

Definition of mouthed

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

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First Known Use of mouthed

14th century


MOUTHED Defined for Kids

mouthed

adjective \ ˈmau̇t͟hd , ˈmau̇tht \

Definition of mouthed for Students

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


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