I had very pretty hair, my dear,” said Miss Matilda; “and not a bad mouth.
It was not a bad mouth; her eyes were large, and it was merely large to match them.
That what they call puttin' bad mouth on them and she sho' could do it.
One day he visited a child who was sick with a bad mouth, and touching the child's mouth he said, "It will be well soon."
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