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- n. One who talks very fast or incessantly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a person who talks excessively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who talks incessantly
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That would include certain motormouth Black Ph.D. s, and the sort of media pundits who have much to say about the Black community, but who are rarely ever seen in any Black community except when it's time for a drive-by photo opportunity.
There are a couple of callbacks to old movies, but not the kind of motormouth anachronistic humor you might expect from a DW movie ..
A strong section sees it as unjust, pointing out that no such restraint has been imposed on "motormouth" ministers, who not just speak out of turn but do so at cross-purposes with colleagues and even on foreign shores.
Although Jade Goody's value to Big Brother was her famously tactless "motormouth", a career nosedive was not part of the script.
Today's Sun promotion for SunTalk refers to him as a "motormouth" and refers to the fact that he has been called "the most rabid ranter on radio."
By the way does anyone actually care what "motormouth" Clarkson has to say? says ...
'motormouth' TV host not later recounted the story in a newspaper column.
The room got quiet (even the motormouth sitting next to me).
David Moran eagerly filled in, and despite his driving Rubén, Mike, and the kids all crazy with his nonstop motormouth, the Angels easily beat the Astros.
No Colonel Rush Limbaugh runs the party, another unelected motormouth.