Examples of mouthy in a Sentence
those mouthy motorists who can't seem to stay off their cell phones
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What is completely expected from the trailer is more of Deadpool’s mouthy wisecracks, a lot of bloody violence, and meta-commentary on the nature of superhero films.
Wood portrays Anne’s transformation from a mouthy 13-year-old to a mature young lady during that two year period naturally and effortlessly.
Chelsea Handler, one of the dumbest and mouthiest people on television, chimed in.
His mouthy Mini-Me, new White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci added to it with a recent profanity-laden rant against White House adviser Steve Bannon and Priebus in The New Yorker.
These usually mouthy Mexican leaders are now quiet as church mice about the latest casualties of open borders.
Never has verbiage, generated by advertising, the entertainment industry and mouthy politicians, been so present and pervasive in everyday life, seeping from smartphones, spewing from flat screens.
For years, there have been groups of people getting angry that women seem allowed to be mouthier and mouthier.
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MOUTHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mouthy for English Language Learners
: talking too much and often in an unpleasant or rude way
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