Examples of mouthpiece in a Sentence
the mouthpiece of a trumpet
He's been acting as a mouthpiece for the government on questions of foreign policy.
The company has hired an attorney as a mouthpiece to answer its critics.
Recent Examples of mouthpiece from the Web
Anybody who knows that Donald Trump is president of the United States probably knows that his Twitter feed is his mouthpiece to the world.
To trace Russian influence, Hamilton 68 begins with official Russian outlets or explicitly pro-Russian mouthpieces, then identify other accounts pushing the same topics or narratives.
Fountain favored playing with a crystal mouthpiece.
Whereas some private television channels are seen as eager mouthpieces, others face pressures that range from reprimands on the phone to threats and unfortunate incidents.
In this era of an alt-right president and mouthpieces like Breitbart, Chapo Trap House is the leftist media outlet that best understands the power of dominance politics and answers it in kind.
In an article, the mouthpiece of the country’s Communist Party scolded the Chinese internet company Tencent over a popular video game, calling it too addictive.
The photographs flip the gaze directed at her, boomerang-style, back at the people who function as her mouthpiece.
To this list of God's own grifters, as The Guardian reports, add the name of Jay Sekulow, defender of religious liberty, recently hired mouthpiece for President* Donald Trump, and all-around lover of other people's money.
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First Known Use of mouthpiece
MOUTHPIECE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mouthpiece for English Language Learners
: a part of something that is placed between or near your lips
: someone who speaks for another person or for a group or organization
MOUTHPIECE Defined for Kids
Definition of mouthpiece for Students
- the mouthpiece of a trumpet
- the mouthpiece of a telephone
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