badmouth badmouth


  • (v) speak unfavorably about



  • When such inequities crop up, parents need to be on guard not to be angry with the child who got the goodies and not to badmouth the relative who paid for the expensive gift, says .


  • GOP lawmaker criticizes Fallin over GRDA panel formation

    "We all like to badmouth Washington, D.C., and we all enjoy badmouthing President Obama," said Rep. Doug Cox, R-Grove. "One of the things we say about him is that he is bypassing Congress and ruling by executive order.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Tulsa World


  1. Asked about the rash of yellow flags, Skinner said, "I don't want to badmouth anybody, but there's some people out there who have been around a while who need to calm down. They should know better by this time."
    on Mar 16, 2007 By: Mike Skinner Source: USA Today

  2. At this, a fuming Randeep said, "If you don t want to promote the film, don t promote it, but don t go out of your way to badmouth the film. It s highly unethical and absolutely unprofessional. I don t see any sleazy promotion. By not promoting the...
    on Mar 4, 2009 By: Randeep Hooda Source:

  3. "Just because I'm that good old independent-minded Arkansas person who's going to be working hard for Arkansas, people have decided that since I'm not with them 100 percent of the time, they're going to come in this state and try to badmouth me and...
    on May 17, 2010 By: Blanche Lincoln Source: U.S. News & World Report

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/sə ˈbɔr də ˌneɪt /