full-mouthed

[ foo l-mouth d, -moutht ]SEE DEFINITION OF full-mouthed
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Grant barely touched the food, lit a cigarette, sat regarding the full-mouthed Westerner gloomily.

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.

He must above all be full-mouthed, sharp-tongued, and ready to keep his voice going for hours together.

"It would be very bad to have no dinner," said Struboff, in full-mouthed meditation.

There were kisses;—and a big kiss from Minnie to her much-prized Cousin Fred; and a loud welcome from the full-mouthed rector.

While he was helping himself to bacon and eggs, he could hear Ray's full-mouthed exclamation: "This is real bee-comb honey, too!"

He will set it out with full-mouthed praises: O what a fine thing it is to be rich, and please the flesh continually!

The accents are strong, full-mouthed and articulate, the voice firm and even.

The fifth year, having eight broad teeth, they are said to be full-mouthed sheep.

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