Thesaurus / foul-mouthed

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I had often heard that Sheffield is the most foul-mouthed town in the kingdom, and my experience unfortunately adds confirmation.

Once I remember he overheard a foul-mouthed fellow repeating a filthy story in the presence of a little child.

The Case and ExceptionsFrederick Trevor Hill

Foul-mouthed doctor and slandered professor—such would be your respective roles!

The Valley of FearSir Arthur Conan Doyle

He was not only harsh and foul-mouthed and brutal, he was robbing them.

Comrade YettaAlbert Edwards

The foul-mouthed priest had called him a coward, but he would be no coward.

An Eye for an EyeAnthony Trollope

Foul-mouthed′ness; Foul′ness; Foul′-play, unfair action in any game or contest, dishonest dealing generally.

She was, or pretended to be, very wroth, and she was also foul-mouthed.

He plagued the nurse with foul-mouthed complaints of the food, swearing he would report about it.

The Great HungerJohan Bojer

But, at his death, all ignorant prejudice and foul-mouthed envy became silent and sought to be hidden from the public presence.

Sometimes he is as quiet and docile as can be, and in a little while as profane and foul-mouthed a man as I ever met.

Diary of an Enlisted ManLawrence Van Alstyne

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