wide-mouthed

wide-mouthed

adj
1. having a wide mouth
2. (of a smile) broad
References in classic literature ?
He cut diagonally across the open space and dashed into a wide-mouthed cave.
A little later he disclosed the mystery of the wide-mouthed cave.
This black-eyed, wide-mouthed girl, not pretty but full of life- with childish bare shoulders which after her run heaved and shook her bodice, with black curls tossed backward, thin bare arms, little legs in lace-frilled drawers, and feet in low slippers- was just at that charming age when a girl is no longer a child, though the child is not yet a young woman.
As the oleaginous matter exudes, it falls in drops through the apertures into a wide-mouthed calabash placed underneath.
Wide-mouthed and open-eared, they heard the sights of the metropolis thundered forth to their eyes.
When prepared for use, the can enclosed a wide-mouthed, well-corked jar of thick glass packed around with some wet clay and containing sixteen ounces of X2 green powder.
Contigo also has a "chug" interface, or wide-mouthed bottle, and a tumbler.
Everyone has seen the call, slender and wide-mouthed Weizen Glasses.
First, his high-profile relationship with wide-mouthed temptress Christine Bleakley (left); second, he's so chunky he's liable to end up on anyone's beach snapshot.
RPC Containers Halstead has lunched two new closures for plastic wide-mouthed jars, offering enhanced convenience and functionality for foodservice applications.
Wide-eyed and wide-mouthed children looked on as light spread through the decorations' centre-piece, an 80ft Christmas tree.
It also happens to be the name of Scandinavia's most beloved outerwear and accessories brand: its iconic winking red fox logo is to Swedes what Lacoste's wide-mouthed gator is to the French.