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He was a round, brown, pop-eyed, big-mouthed little creature.

"Frow lak a ole maid," cackled a big-mouthed Negro, who was immediately hooted down.

The big-mouthed bass is less savage in his attacks, but is a free biter.

Big-mouthed buffalo were found in quiet water at all stations, but were rare.

Larger hooks are better for the big-mouthed, a four-pound specimen of which will easily take in one's fist.

You know in advance what the big-mouthed black bass is going to sing—there is only one regular song for a bass singer to sing.

The mouse and the cat descended the wall to their big-mouthed friend, who was looking at them wistfully.

He knew something of my work all right, and wondered where he would put a big-mouthed, clear-skinned, yellow-eyed amazon.

He was a thick-set, big-mouthed man wearing a blue and red plaid sport shirt.

Through clouds of smoke and dust the red tongues of flame from a hundred big-mouthed guns flashed and faded and flashed again.

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