mouthful

[ mouth-foo l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mouthful

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Wherever the grass was greenest, there she nibbled a mouthful or two.

Can't you let other folks eat a mouthful before you have to have yours?

Roland spat out a mouthful of dust and swore beneath his breath.

Well,” said Richards, with a mouthful of it, “I call it darn good.

I think I'll let him have a feed, and have a mouthful of bread and cheese myself.'

He raised the water tube to his mouth and sucked in a mouthful.

This time he swallowed the mouthful, yelling as though he had swallowed fire.

That the first mouthful may choke me that I ever ate of his paying for!

A string of them may be deposited on the mouthful on your fork.

"We'll run for Peel this morning, boys," said Pete, smothering his voice in a mouthful.

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