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  • verb Present participle of poormouth.

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Examples

  • I watched several old shows though, and it brought back a strange set of memories: Mama muttering phrases like “poormouthing on TV” while I wondered what I might say on that show that would get me a real gun.

    “Would YOU like to be Queen for a day?” | clusterflock

  • The Repugs have been poormouthing this issue for so long people believe that we can live on oil and coal forever!

    In Surprise Speech, Obama Promises Global Leadership On Climate Change

  • The TSA is poormouthing at Congress, saying that it's run out of money and can't adequately defend our skies, and yet it can spare its highly trained crack professionals to go chasing off on ridiculous power-flexing exercises like this?

    Boing Boing

  • Boeing's officials had viewed this as poormouthing — part of an attempt to build sympathy for the company and tilt the JSF decision in Lockheed Martin's favor.

    Uncle Sam Buys an Airplane

  • Boeing's officials had viewed this as poormouthing — part of an attempt to build sympathy for the company and tilt the JSF decision in Lockheed Martin's favor.

    Uncle Sam Buys an Airplane

  • At that point several came to collect empty plates, forestalling One-Eye from poormouthing about how he was so grossly overworked.

    Shadow Games

  • Join the Washington Post and begin your poormouthing, bellyaching, whining biatches can run back to shanny.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Join the Washington Post and begin your poormouthing, bellyaching, whining biatches can run back to shanny.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Join the Washington Post and begin your poormouthing, bellyaching, whining biatches can run back to shanny.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Join the Washington Post and begin your poormouthing, bellyaching, whining biatches can run back to shanny.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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