mouthy

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mouth·y

 (mou′thē, -thē)
adj. mouth·i·er, mouth·i·est
1. Annoyingly talkative.
2. Given to ranting or bombast.

mouth′i·ness n.
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mouthy

(ˈmaʊðɪ)
adj, mouthier or mouthiest
bombastic; excessively talkative
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mouth•y

(ˈmaʊ ði, -θi)

adj. mouth•i•er, mouth•i•est.
garrulous, often in a bombastic manner.
[1580–90]
mouth′i•ness, n.
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Translations
suulas
nagyhangúnagyszájúszószátyár

mouthy

adj (inf) to be mouthyeine große Klappe haben (inf)
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