mouth : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge
he stuffed his mouth with candy
- n the externally visible part of the oral cavity on the face and the system of organs surrounding the opening
she wiped lipstick from her mouth
- n an opening that resembles a mouth (as of a cave or a gorge)
he rode into the mouth of the canyon
they built a fire at the mouth of the cave
- n the point where a stream issues into a larger body of water
New York is at the mouth of the Hudson
- n a person conceived as a consumer of food
he has four mouths to feed
- n a spokesperson (as a lawyer)
- n an impudent or insolent rejoinder
- n the opening of a jar or bottle
the jar had a wide mouth
- v express in speech
- v articulate silently; form words with the lips only
She mouthed a swear word
- v touch with the mouth
- Trench mouth, a survey of the land last week revealed, is spreading.
- The American National Red Cross made it official: the preferred method of artificial respiration is for the rescuer to put his mouth to the victim's and breathe air into the victim .
- Blowing directly into the mouth of a person who has stopped breathing is the oldest method of artificial respiration known to man (and akin to the oldest technique of real .
- Fabian Cancellara in The Associated Press
Sprints are never easy,Cancellara said. "They're psychologically very hard. Today, we saw a nice thing: After all the buzz around him â€” the young sprinter, the big mouth and all that â€” he's a real sprinter."
- Simon Cowell in Toronto Star
In Britain's Got Talent she opened her mouth and the world fell in love with her, which is why her album has been the fastest selling of any woman making her debut,Cowell said.
- Halle Berry in Holy Moly (blog)
We were going through pictures to see which ones looked silly, and one of my Jewish friends said (of the big-nose picture), 'That could be your Jewish cousin!' And I guess it was fresh in my mind, and it just came out of my mouth,said Halle,...