motormouth motormouth


  • (n) someone who talks incessantly


  1. Outrageous and impudent, right-wing multimedia motormouth Rush Limbaugh is the loudest noise in the crucial conversation America is now having with itself.
  2. TV typecasts her as a furious motormouth, though she could make the cool medium hot again as a talk-show host.
  3. The added draw in the Paris production, of course, is Reza herself, convincing as the amiable motormouth Ines.


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    Call Welker a motormouth We all knew Wes Welker was fast. At least his legs. We didn't know his lips moved as fast as they've moved the last few months. Is there an interview the former Patriots wide receiver won't do? I guess that's a good thing, at
    on July 26, 2013     Source: Gloucester Daily Times

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  • "We talk about the racism, we talk about the size-ism, but I relate to the confidence that Motormouth tries to get people to feel," Latifah said. "She has to be a pretty confident woman to own this record store, to be a host on TV and to make...
    on Jul 16, 2007 By: Queen Latifah Source: MSNBC

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