noun Date: 1914 a loudmouthed person

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  • loudmouth — noun One who talks too much or too loudly, especially in a boastful or self important manner. I hear every word spoken by the loudmouth in the next office. Syn: big mouth, blowhard, blusterer …   Wiktionary

  • loudmouth — [[t]la͟ʊdmaʊðz[/t]] loudmouths N COUNT (disapproval) If you describe someone as a loudmouth, you are critical of them because they talk a lot, especially in an unpleasant, offensive, or stupid way …   English dictionary

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  • loudmouth — n. a person who talks too much or too loudly. □ I try not to be a loudmouth, but I sometimes get carried away. □ There are a number of loudmouths in here who are competing with one another …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • loudmouth — /lowd mowth /, n., pl. loudmouths / mowdhz , mowths /. a loudmouthed person. [1660 70; LOUD + MOUTH] * * * …   Universalium

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