- the mouthpiece of a wind instrument.
- the adjustment of a player's mouth to such a mouthpiece.
Words nearby embouchure
How to use embouchure in a sentence
The distance from Chepstow to the embouchure of the Wye about three miles.The Wye and Its Associations|Leitch Ritchie
From this point to the embouchure its course lies through delightful scenery.
Probably, according to Teulet, the present Sandhoferfahrt, a little below the embouchure of the Neckar.Collected Essays, Volume V|T. H. Huxley
It had shoals off its embouchure; and these, he rightly enough fancied, would induce Captain Cuffe to be wary.The Wing-and-Wing|J. Fenimore Cooper
Amber lies under, or is formed upon the sand, and abounds most near the embouchure of a small river in this neighbourhood.
British Dictionary definitions for embouchure
- the correct application of the lips and tongue in playing a wind instrument
- the mouthpiece of a wind instrument