[foo l-mouth d, -moutht]
- (of cattle, sheep, etc.) having a complete set of teeth.
- noisy; loud.
Origin of full-mouthed
First recorded in 1570–80
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Examples from the Web for full-mouthed
Grant barely touched the food, lit a cigarette, sat regarding the full-mouthed Westerner gloomily.The Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig
David Graham Phillips
Suddenly Csar gave the alarm—not as before, in under growls, but in the "full-mouthed diapason" of a bark audible a mile oft.
Ten of Fitz John Porter's guns opened, full-mouthed, on the adventurous battery.The Long Roll
He must above all be full-mouthed, sharp-tongued, and ready to keep his voice going for hours together.The Badger
Alfred E. Pease
"It would be very bad to have no dinner," said Struboff, in full-mouthed meditation.The King's Mirror
- (of livestock) having a full adult set of teeth
- uttered loudlya full-mouthed oath
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