from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a loud voice; talking or sounding noisily; noisily impudent or offensive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having or talking with a loud voice; talking vociferously or clamorously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. given to loud offensive talk
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If Flora from Miami wrote the twenty-first-century version of Anna Karenina, she’d still be known as the loud-mouthed bitch who fell through the bathroom window.
And so, to cut a long story short, a loud-mouthed big guy ends up stranded in a life boat while Bruce Lee mocks him, and all without a single fist raised.
I have found that Libs, as a group, are the most hateful and racist group of loud-mouthed fools around.
And, this time, don't listen to the loud-mouthed, misinformed Wingnuts of the Right.
A loud-mouthed professor arrested by a cop who was possibly overreacting, and a president who helped catapult this story into a media frenzy.
Obama is the typical, loud-mouthed, liberal who speaks before he thinks.
Obama had no business, whatsoever, making the comment he did about the WHITE POLICE OFFICER that arrested his loud-mouthed, belligerent Black buddy.
Denairo was supposed to take out some big-time, loud-mouthed gangsta rapper by the name of 187—police code for murder.
He wasn't anything like the loud-mouthed oaf I was expecting, and genuinely appeared knowledgable and insightful - my respect level went up a good number of notches.
How about if we send all of the ignorant, loud-mouthed, red-necked racists TO Mexico and let all of the hard-woking, but illegal, Mexicans stay and become legal?
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