mouthy

adjective \ ˈmau̇-thē , -t͟hē \

Definition of mouthy

mouthier; mouthiest
1 :marked by bombast or back talk
2 :excessively talkative :garrulous

Examples of mouthy in a Sentence

  1. those mouthy motorists who can't seem to stay off their cell phones

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First Known Use of mouthy

1589


MOUTHY Defined for English Language Learners

mouthy

adjective

Definition of mouthy for English Language Learners

  • : talking too much and often in an unpleasant or rude way


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