Associations to the word «Mouthful»

Wiktionary

MOUTHFUL, noun. The amount that will fit in a mouth.
MOUTHFUL, noun. (slang) Quite a bit.
MOUTHFUL, noun. Something difficult to pronounce or say.
MOUTHFUL, noun. A tirade of abusive language (especially in the term "give someone a mouthful")
MOUTHFUL OF MARBLES, noun. (idiomatic) An indistinct, muffled or garbled manner of speaking.

Dictionary definition

MOUTHFUL, noun. The quantity that can be held in the mouth.
MOUTHFUL, noun. A small amount eaten or drunk; "take a taste--you'll like it".

Wise words

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