poor mouth

[ poo r-mouth ]SEE DEFINITION OF poor mouth

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POOR MOUTH

Aw, she's a poor mouth, that woman, and not fit to hold a candle to Eleanor.

Just such a poor mouth you had, Julius, when we wanted on the second story.

Always a great one for a poor mouth he was, Mr. Teitlebaum, even when he had it.

Alfred, Alfred, you are making a poor mouth of it to get out of marrying Ellie.

When it comes to making a poor mouth, that boy Dorg is in a class by himself.

Master Alleyn, don't make a poor mouth; you're none so needy.

But the five pence came in too rapidly for the almanac-maker to persist in putting up a poor mouth of this kind.

His bridle is not properly adjusted, hurting his poor mouth fearfully and causing it to bleed.

I looked at his portraits, a heavy, almost froggish face, with projecting eyes and a thick moustache to hide a poor mouth.

Not once did they put up a poor mouth and beg the Government to come to their help.

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