NounMouth (plural Mouths)
- (anatomy) The opening of a creature through which food is ingested.
- The end of a river out of which water flows.
- An outlet, aperture or orifice.
- (slang) A loud or overly talkative person.
- (transitive) To speak about something.
- (transitive) To make the actions of speech, without producing sound.
- (transitive) To pick up or handle with the lips or mouth, but not chew or swallow.
Adjectives for Mouth
smiling; deep; foamy; sweet; rosy; good-humored; loving; irritable; funnel-shaped; compressed; fine; sensuous; musty; winsome; cooing; dimpled; tender; relaxed; generous; prudent; extraordinary; wide; wry; foul; cavernous; resolute; lascivious; delicate; frothy; churning; handsome; full; firm; querulous; ascetic; yawning; coral; ravishing; facile; perilous; puckered; toothless; rabbit; baby; branching; sulky; acid; gaping; arch; eloquent; unmelodious; bloodless; voluble; glad; expressive; economical; breathless; slobbering; serious; savage; insistent; sardonic; purposeful; shapeless; hungry; furnace; munching; painted; heavy; vermilion; distended; luscious; wrinkled; cruel; modeled.
orifice, outfall, outlet, passage, passageway, patter, perorate, pertness, phytophage, picnicker, plant-eater, play the hypocrite, pout, prate, predacean, premaxilla, presumptuousness, pronounce, puff, pull a face, rabble-rouse, rant, rave, reach, read, recite, reek of piety, render lip service, road, roads, roadstead, rodomontade, rudeness, ruminate, sad, sass, sauce, sauciness, say, snivel, snuffle, soapbox, sob, soft-soap, sorrowful, sound, speak, speak incoherently, speaker, spiel, spill, splutter, spokesperson, spokeswoman, spout, sputter, stoma, strait, straits, susurrate, sweet-talk, talk, tell, tongue, trap, trencherman, tub-thump, unhappy, utter, vaunt, vegetarian, vent, vocalize, voice, wag the tongue, way, way in, way out, whisper, yap access, announce, aperture, arm, armlet, articulate, audacity, back talk, backchat, bay, bayou, bazoo, be hypocritical, belt, betray, bight, bite, blandish, blow, blubber, blue, board-and-roomer, boarder, boasting, boca, boldness, bombast, bon vivant, brag, braggadocio, bragging, brashness, cannibal, cant, carnivore, champ, chaps, chatter, chaw, cheek, chew, chew the cud, chew up, chomp, chops, claptrap, consumer, converse, cove, creek, crestfallen, crow, debate, debouch, debouchment, declaim, dejected, delta, demagogue, despondent, diner, diner-out, disclose, discover, disheartened, dispirited, disrespect, divulge, door, doorway, downcast, drone, eater, eater-out, elocute, embouchure, entrance, entree, entry, enunciate, epicure, estuary, euripus, exit, express, face, feeder, fjord, flesh-eater, flippancy, freshness, frith, fruitarian, fustian, gab, gabble, gastronome, gate, gateway, gibber, give away, give lip service, give mouth honor, glutton, gnash, gnaw, gob, gourmand, gourmet, grain-eater, grimace, grind, gulf, gum, gut, harangue, harbor, herbivore, high liver, hold forth, hot air, hungry mouth, idle talk, impertinence, impudence, inlet, insolence, jabber, jaw, jaws, jowls, kisser, kyle, lap, lick, lip, lips, loch, luncher, make a face, make a mouth, man-eater, mandibles, masticate, maunder, maw, maxilla, meat-eater, melancholy, mop, mop and mow, moue, mouthing, mouthpiece, mow, mug, mumble, munch, murmur, mush, mutter, muzzle, narrow, narrow seas, narrows, natural harbor, nibble, omnivore, omophagist, opening, oral cavity, orate,
- (noun) enPR: mouth, IPA: /maʊθ/, SAMPA: /maUT/
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- Rhymes: -aʊθ
- (verb) enPR: mouth, IPA: /maʊð/, SAMPA: /maUD/
- Rhymes: -aʊð
From Old English mūþ, from Proto-Germanic *munþaz (compare West Frisian mûn, Dutch mond, German Mund), from Proto-Indo-European *mn̥to (compare Hittite mēni (“chin”), Welsh mant (“jawbone”), Latin mentum (“chin”) and mandō (“to chew”), Ancient Greek μάσταξ (mástax, “jaws, mouth”) and μασάομαι (masáomai, “to chew”)).
Mouth (plural Mouths)