Definition of 'loud-mouthed'
Example sentences containing 'loud-mouthed'
The loud-mouthed exhibitionist may be choosing that way to cover up his fear or feelings of inadequacy.Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990) Times, Sunday Times (2014)
A loud-mouthed verbal bully who should not be given any position concerning football administration.The Sun (2014) The Times Literary Supplement (2008) Christianity Today (2000)
All these people do is reinforce the stereotypical perception that Americans are loud-mouthed unintelligent egotists.The Sun (2016)
But though he is as loud-mouthed here as in other contexts, he does hold himself back to some degree.The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
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