mouthed

[ mouth d, moutht ]SEE DEFINITION OF mouthed

Synonyms for mouthed | as inbitten

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Synonyms for mouthed | as inblow

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Synonyms for mouthed | as inmaunder

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Synonyms for mouthed | as ingrimace

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He mouthed his words with unmistakable relish, and relapsed into silence.

That is one of the gems of the old humbug's speech, and I mouthed it as it was made to be mouthed.

And I strained at my bonds; mouthed the gag with futile, frenzied effort.

Amazement swept Alan's face; he twisted, mouthed at his gag.

She was in simple earnest when she mouthed her lines about money, money.

Red Wull pounced upon it; but M'Adam leapt at him as he mouthed it.

Then he ceased masticating and mouthed anxiously, "You've told the general this?"

Sheridan mouthed his cigar, and the two turned into a skidway.

He mouthed the illustrious name, as if it were a large and ripe greengage.

She raised her eyebrows, and mouthed the dumb question, “Will you tell?”

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR MOUTHED

bitten

adjectivechewed
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