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.
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full-mouthed

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



adj.
1. (of cattle, sheep, etc.) having a complete set of teeth.
2. noisy; loud.
[1570–80]
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