- adjBritishtalkative, boastful or verbose. A pejora-tive working-class term.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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mouthy — index flatulent, fustian, inflated (bombastic) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
mouthy — (adj.) 1580s, from MOUTH (Cf. mouth) (n.) + Y (Cf. y) (2) … Etymology dictionary
mouthy — [adj] talkative big mouthed*, chattering, chatty*, full of hot air*, gabby, garrulous, gossipy, long winded*, loose lipped*, loudmouthed*, ranting, talky, vociferous, windy*; concept 267 … New thesaurus
mouthy — ► ADJECTIVE (mouthier, mouthiest) informal ▪ inclined to talk a lot, especially in an impudent way … English terms dictionary
mouthy — [mouth′ē, mouth′ē] adj. mouthier, mouthiest overly talkative, esp. in a bombastic or rude way mouthily adv. mouthiness n … English World dictionary
mouthy — UK [ˈmaʊθɪ] / US [ˈmaʊðɪ] / US [ˈmaʊθɪ] adjective Word forms mouthy : adjective mouthy comparative mouthier superlative mouthiest informal someone who is mouthy talks too much or says rude or offensive things … English dictionary
mouthy — mouth|y [ˈmauθi] adj informal someone who is mouthy talks a lot and says what they think even if it is rude … Dictionary of contemporary English
mouthy — mouth|y [ mauði, mauθi ] adjective INFORMAL someone who is mouthy talks too much or says rude or offensive things … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
mouthy — adjective (mouthier; est) Date: 1589 1. marked by bombast or back talk 2. excessively talkative ; garrulous … New Collegiate Dictionary
mouthy — mouthily, adv. mouthiness, n. /mow dhee, thee/, adj., mouthier, mouthiest. garrulous, often in a bombastic manner. [1580 90; MOUTH + Y1] * * * … Universalium
mouthy — adjective Overly talkative, insolent, and loud. Syn: gobby … Wiktionary