mouthfuls[ mouth-foo l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mouthfuls
Synonyms for mouthfuls
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOUTHFULS
Cut off the bills and split the heads; and cut the necks and gizzards into mouthfuls.
But it was also seen that the mouthfuls loitered on their way.
He had swallowed two mouthfuls of it, but had not touched the bread.
I had not eaten more than three or four mouthfuls of game pie.
The trees had devoured them: silently, in mouthfuls, and left the white bones.
The clergy, a pavid flock, chattered their fears between the mouthfuls.
Mouthfuls of food reduced her babbling shriek to a burr-burr.
Billy obeyed with alacrity, and disposed of his portion in three mouthfuls.
Bread should be broken by the fingers in pieces sufficient for mouthfuls, as it is needed.
When he had swallowed two or three mouthfuls he addressed her.