foulmouthed

[ foul-mouth d, -moutht ]
/ ˈfaʊlˈmaʊðd, -ˈmaʊθt /

adjective

using obscene, profane, or scurrilous language; given to filthy or abusive speech.

Origin of foulmouthed

First recorded in 1590–1600; foul + mouth + -ed3
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British Dictionary definitions for foul-mouthed

foul-mouthed


adjective

given to using obscene, abusive, or blasphemous language
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Word Origin and History for foul-mouthed

foul-mouthed


adj.

also foulmouthed, 1590s, apparently first in Shakespeare ["Henry IV," 1596].

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