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
Her group serves as the mouthpiece for the neighborhood where the insurance giant is located.
After picking up his sixth foul late in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' loss, Stephen Curry threw his mouthpiece towards the stands.
Al-Qaida tries comeback with bin Laden son as mouthpieceThe voice is that of a soft-spoken 28-year-old, but the message is vintage Osama bin Laden, giving orders to kill.
Like their forebears in the 1960s, today’s students blasted university leaders as slick mouthpieces who cared more about their reputations than about the people in their charge.
Legal heads railing about how the White House has circumvented both the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the Fourth Amendment, and administration mouthpieces obfuscating with disturbing ease.
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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 part put to, between, or near the lips the mouthpiece of a trumpet the mouthpiece of a telephone
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