noun, plural cot·ton·mouths [kot-n-mouths, -mouthz]. /ˈkɒt nˌmaʊθs, -ˌmaʊðz/.
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Example sentences from the Web for cottonmouth
But then, mysteriously, they all contracted strange ailments: cottonmouth, headaches, and severe dehydration.
In the region where the cottonmouth occurs there are approximately 2000 persons bitten annually by poisonous snakes.
Because of the aquatic habits of the cottonmouth, relative humidity probably has little influence on the snake's activity.
There is little paleontological evidence illustrating evolution of the cottonmouth or for that matter of crotalids in general.
Food is obtained by a variety of methods depending on the type of food, age of the cottonmouth, and possibly other factors.
Reptiles more often than other classes of vertebrates prey on the cottonmouth.