from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A loudmouthed or gossipy person.
- n. Any of various fishes having unusually large mouths.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. one who talks too much or says things which should not be said
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fish of the family Centrarchiœ, Chœnobryttus gulosus. Also called warmouth. See cut under Centrarchidœ.
- n. The squaw-fish, Ptychocheilus oregonensis.
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At least one pan-sized bigmouth is not getting thrown back.
Tydw i ddim am eiliad yn awgrymu bod Louise Hughes yn "bigmouth", a dwi'n cael trafferth gweld sut bod fy neges yn awgrymu hynny.
Still, he says he is unapologetic about being a "bigmouth," and his willingness to say whatever is on his mind.
The UEFA Champions League is back with the first round of group games and we've got all the matches covered in our Inter coach Jose Mourinho has been called a "bigmouth" by the chief executive of rival Serie A side Catania on Tuesday after an exchange of insults between the pair.
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Inter coach Jose Mourinho was branded a "bigmouth" by the chief executive of rival Serie A side Catania yesterday after an exchange of insults between the pair.
Limbaugh the liar will try to spin this, since he was the bigmouth that did his best to get them convicted of something.
Call and email the lying bigmouth, he claims he loves the calls from those apposed to his message because it gives him the chance to change your mind.
One loser done and one lying bigmouth to go, Rush Limbaugh. hahaha.
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