mouthful : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quantity that can be held in the mouth
- n a small amount eaten or drunk
- Gradually, the fad died because people were too lazy or too busy with other things to give the required 45 strokes to every mouthful.
- Although it's a challenge to eat the raw fruit without getting a mouthful of seeds and astringent pith, pomegranates are everywhere now in the form of juice, concentrates and .
- Quite a mouthful for an 8-year-old.
News & Articles
- Romanian VIPs Join In At Heritage Fest In Niles
George Costea takes a mouthful of mititei. a skinless Romanian sausage. The sausage was among the most popular foods at the festival last weekend, as some hungry patrons tempted fate by building tall stacks of mititei on their plates.
June 19, 2013 - Journal & Topics Newspapers
- SANDS: A great game honors chess tournament namesake
Nezhmetdinovesqueis a mouthful as an adjective, but for any lover of superlatively imaginative attacking play, it perfectly describes their favorite kind of chess. The late, great Russian star Rashid Nezhmetdinov never won a national championship or earned the grandmaster title, but he is revered by aficionados as one of ...
June 18, 2013 - The Washington Times
- How 8 famous writers chose their pen names
Because Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski can be a bit of a mouthful
June 18, 2013 - The Week via Yahoo! News
- Takeru Kobayashi in USA Today
If I put one more mouthful in, I could've won (in regulation),Kobayashi said through a translator.
- Rolando Bianchi in Times Online
Asked about the perceived drinking culture in English football, Bianchi said: "I think I am the only teetotaller in the whole Premier League. My team-mates were surprised when I refused a mouthful of beer. They looked at me as if I was an...
- Dirk Kempthorne in Winston-Salem Journal (registration)
The brown pelican is known for its fishing displays, plunging headlong from the air into the water and rising with a mouthful of fish,Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne said in announcing the delisting proposal.