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n.1.One who mouths; an affected speaker.
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Jones says that Dunbar's view of the novel "relates directly to issues of Black language," and that, far from being a carrier of racist ideology, Dunbar is the "subtle mouther of African-American rhetorical codes which in turn criticize the political abuses of his time" (184).
He is no mouther of batsmen, but has an aggression that one opening batsman admires.
Of course, then I was accused of `not being able to take a laugh' but it would be too late as everyone apart from the mouther would be laughing at his expense.