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English definition of “-mouthed”

-mouthed

suffix uk   /-maʊðd/ us  
having a mouth or way of talking of the stated type: a loud-mouthed teenager (= talking very loudly, especially to attract attention) a foul-mouthed drunk (= often swearing) We stared open-mouthed (= in surprise) as the elephant walked slowly down Fairview Close.
(Definition of -mouthed from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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