motor mouth


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motor mouth

n. Slang
An incessant talker.
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Over that time, Motor Mouth has treated approximately 3,500 children., offering dental exams, fluoride varnishes and sealants.
(1) MOTOR MOUTH: Researchers have just found that it uses its jaws to propel itself.
Yep, it's motor mouth Jim Davidson, above, putting his mouth where his tact should be in front of what should be a fired-up Liverpool audience.
There he keeps bumping into motor mouth Nikki (Tanisha Mukerji, offbeat but one-note), who's sore from being dumped by her model b.f.
It was Rodney Marsh, he of the motor mouth whose misplaced swagger on a football field once prevented Manchester City from winning the championship.
Porth-born Denise Waterman, who sang on Tight Fit's 1982 number one hit single The Lion Sleeps Tonight, divorced the motor mouth producer four years ago.
RAIL union motor mouth Bob 'Jurassic' Crow - earning a six-figure salary - spouts about "civil disobedience" over government cuts, but pays low rent for a three-bedroom council house, while five million mortals languish on homes waiting lists.
RADIO motor mouth Danny Kelly proved he was hot stuff after he was crowned king of the curries in a Comic Relief chilli challenge in Birmingham.
Other players are also in the firing line, with Ferguson contemplating the futures of Carrick, Foster and motor mouth Nani.
Motor Mouth by Janet Evanovich (Harper Collins, pounds 12.99).
The Tory leader will guest on the motor mouth's BBC1 show later this month, alongside tennis star Serena Williams.
Motor mouth Lesley will have her knockers (sorry detractors) and her vocabulary was somewhat limited but I have to admit that her curvaceous, voluptuous fugure, natural twin peaks to the fore, was quite delectable.