American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Slang Speaking loudly or indiscreetly; loudmouthed.
- adj. Having a large mouth.
- adj. unwisely talking too much
- big + mouthed (Wiktionary)
“Well, I guess if I want to abdicate my position as a father figure to some bigmouthed ex-jock with a whistle around his neck play-acting Vince Lombardi to a bunch of impressionable little boys, then by the fu#@ed up parameters of modern parenting I'm doing my son a huge disservice.”
“In fact, NONE of the bigmouthed blowhards EVER appears on a blog.”
“After all, Carville is an uncouth, bigmouthed, partisan hack, a Clinton sycophant who is not schooled in the nuances of policy.”
“Forget a mans service, forget Max Clelland losing his limbs for his country, anyone who disagrees with a Cocaine addicted AWOL from the National Guard spoiled rich boy President, and his fat, ivy league never served a day in uniform bigmouthed political consultant, is a traitor right?”
“U.S.A. is the world's greatest rivervalley fringed with mountains and hills, U.S.A. is a set of bigmouthed officials with too many bankaccounts.”
“You could tell that under all that bigmouthed bluster there was something darker going on.”
“Future titles will showcase an awesome array of heroines such as a surfer punk, a martial-arts master, and a bigmouthed blogger.”
“A lot of bigmouthed, phony macho men like you need a little spanking.”
“He was seventeen when the adventures began: bigmouthed, perhaps not quite as quick on his feet as he liked to imagine, and tending to be, like many optimists, a little excitable. he was not, in any conventional way, handsome.”
“Some bigmouthed bookseller called Gustavo Barcelo had been boasting to a group of collectors about having located a copy of The Shadow of the Wind.”
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