Definitions

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  • n. A person who mouths

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who mouths; an affected speaker.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who mouths; an affected deelaimer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A mouther was a person who didn’t get to sing but could only move his mouth and pretend.

    Parent Talk

  • But David Gregory is a weak-willed mouther of political twaddle who obviously prefers to use words like "exaggerates."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • The dangerously flawed Senator John Sidney McCain is one such duplicitous crybaby and poor-mouther.

    Top Dog / Underdog

  • As Hayes notes, Howell Raines, then a reporter for the New York Times, wrote of Reagan before the sweep that "political critics who characterize him as banal and shallow, a mouther of right-wing platitudes, delight in recalling that he co-starred with a chimpanzee in 'Bedtime for Bonzo.'"

    Obama, Reagan and the Power of Words - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • Does she have Anouther one so I can buy it for my bouther from anouther mouther?

    Regretsy – For the Happy Cople

  • Mealy mouther! or speak on an issue on their own rather than on script.

    McCain refers to "the situation on the Iraq-Pakistan border."

  • All these fresh-faced energized! young voters, with all their energy, are happy to spring to life the minute someone mouths the same Democratic-left platitudes and policies at them that politicians have been mouthing at people for decades, as long as the new mouther is shiny and hip and cool.

    Obama's big night: "We won North, we won South, we won in between."

  • Mr. Raines further noted: "political critics who characterize him as banal and shallow, a mouther of right-wing platitudes, delight in recalling that he co-starred with a chimpanzee in 'Bedtime for Bonzo.'"

    Obama and the Power of Words

  • Mr. Raines further noted: "Political critics who characterize him as banal and shallow, a mouther of right-wing platitudes, delight in recalling that he co-starred with a chimpanzee in 'Bedtime for Bonzo.'"

    Obama and the Power of Words

  • Preserved Coppinger (a hot fellow in his night, may the mouther of guard have mastic on him!) in a pullwoman of our first transhibernian with one still sadder circumstance which is a dirkandurk heartskewerer if ever to bring bouncing brimmers from marbled eyes.

    Finnegans Wake

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