noun, plural cot·ton·mouths [kot-n-mouths, -mouth z] /ˈkɒt nˌmaʊθs, -ˌmaʊðz/.
Origin of cottonmouth
Related Words for cottonmouththirsty, arid, burned, shriveled, dry, drain, sear, parch, evaporate, exsiccate, desiccate, waterless
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Contemporary Examples of cottonmouth
But then, mysteriously, they all contracted strange ailments: cottonmouth, headaches, and severe dehydration.Life as the 'PC Guy'
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November 9, 2009
Historical Examples of cottonmouth
In getting ashore I landed right beside a cottonmouth moccasin snake, said to be as poisonous as a rattlesnake.
When he threw it down a cottonmouth moccasin crawled out of a hole in it.
The named, American kinds of Agkistrodon currently are arranged as three species: the copperhead, the cantil and the cottonmouth.
All are of late Pleistocene Age and well within the present geographic range of the cottonmouth.
Food is obtained by a variety of methods depending on the type of food, age of the cottonmouth, and possibly other factors.