mouthingSEE DEFINITION OF mouthing
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOUTHING
The car had passed and he now openly looked after it, mouthing and muttering.
He paced the length of the room and back, mouthing and muttering.
Mouthing his rage, the gorilla flung the earth man to the ground.
Even the old woman in the shadowy corner had ceased her mouthing.
He must not be allowed to get into the way of just mouthing slang and nothing else.
Mrs. Jones went on with her part, mouthing her lines meaninglessly.
The clever servant was mouthing and grimacing in a horrible, grotesque manner.
If you stay, looking black, mouthing together, I can't stand it.
But—there's a sting in some smooth words, for a mouthing Macedonian.
The second man turned, mouthing a stream of what must have been Russian invective.
Old English muþ "mouth, opening, door, gate," from Proto-Germanic *munthaz (cf. Old Saxon, Old Frisian muth, Old Norse munnr, Danish mund, Middle Dutch mont, Dutch mond, Old High German mund, German Mund, Gothic munþs "mouth"), with characteristic loss of nasal consonant in Old English (cf. tooth, goose, etc.), from PIE *mnto-s (cf. Latin mentum "chin"). In the sense of "outfall of a river" it is attested from late Old English; as the opening of anything with capacity (a bottle, cave, etc.) it is recorded from c.1200. Mouth-organ attested from 1660s.