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flannelmouth

[ flan-l-mouth ]
/ ˈflæn lˌmaʊθ /
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noun, plural flan·nel·mouths [flan-l-mouthz]. /ˈflæn lˌmaʊðz/.

a person whose speech is thick, slow, or halting.
a person whose speech is smoothly deceptive.

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Origin of flannelmouth

An Americanism dating back to 1880–85; flannel + mouth
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