loose-lipped

loose-lipped

(lo͞os′lĭpt′)
adj.
Given to indiscreet or incessant talk: a loose-lipped confidant; too loose-lipped to be trusted.
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The large loose-lipped man flung his napkin down, came round the table, cast himself into the chair next the Inspector, and leaned forward earnestly, so that he breathed in the Inspector's face.
The sailor stood looking at him with puckered eyes, and with the same loose-lipped smile upon his face.
He made a slight motion to me to approach him, and instantly, as he turned his face half round to the company once more, subsided into a doddering, loose-lipped senility.
A loose-lipped blooper from the so-called master of the mind game, and a massive punting clue?
We bet Liz is thrilled her ex is getting loose-lipped on TV.
Just when you thought the loose-lipped Tories couldn't get any worse, up pops another gaffe.
In his heyday, word on the streets of London's East End was that Fraser carried a pair of pliers in his top pocket as a warning to the loose-lipped.
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The raucous, loose-lipped dads are played by Martin Mull and Peter Riegert.
13) in Los Angeles, California, and a loose-lipped nurse at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the hospital where she had her baby, has allegedly revealed their new arrival's name.
Rating: 9/10 The Thermals - Desperate Ground On their reassuringly high-octane and loose-lipped sixth album, The Thermals appear to be spoiling for a fight.
The crackdown followed several scandals involving loose-lipped officers.