full-mouthed


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full-mouthed

(fo͝ol′mouthd′, -moutht′)
adj.
1. Having a complete set of teeth. Used of cattle and other livestock.
2. Uttered loudly or noisily.

full-mouthed

adj
1. (Agriculture) (of livestock) having a full adult set of teeth
2. uttered loudly: a full-mouthed oath.

full′-mouthed′



adj.
1. (of cattle, sheep, etc.) having a complete set of teeth.
2. noisy; loud.
[1570–80]
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He moved a step or two till he was in front of Will, and said with full-mouthed haste, "Excuse me, Mr.
2000: Onstage at the Democratic National Convention, Al and Tipper Gore break with tradition by displaying unbridled marital affection with, as the New York Times put it, "a full-mouthed kiss that lasted a [sic] exceptionally long time"--three seconds.
Full-mouthed promises then, however, translated into little action to modernize, rehabilitate, and refurbish the resort, and while in country recently, individuals spoken to were surprisingly "shtumm" about questions asked, both about what happened then and the status now.