Definition of 'mouthful'
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You will realise how much sugar is in one single mouthful and not want much more. The Sun (2017)If we tell her off we get a mouthful. The Sun (2009)After just a few mouthfuls of food you can feel completely full. The Sun (2007)This simple salad provides all five tastes in one delicious mouthful. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The waiter stood waiting for me to take my first mouthful. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He refuses to accept another mouthful until he is clear of the last. Times, Sunday Times (2013)These provide a few small mouthfuls of sweetness. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The first mouthful releases a sugary rush which almost puts my teeth on edge. The Sun (2013)He chewed a mouthful of meat and only held his gray eyes on her. THE WOLF AND THE DOVENext take a good mouthful and let it sit in your mouth for a couple of seconds. The Sun (2008)You get a mouthful and when they put the flame thing near your face you whoosh it out. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Eating it between mouthfuls of spicy chicken wings, it makes for a robust meal. Times, Sunday Times (2015)When you do eat, take your time between mouthfuls and really think about what you are eating. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)I would feed her mouthfuls of food and wash her face with a damp cloth. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)Smart belts that tell you you're fat and bully you the minute you enjoy one mouthful too many? The Sun (2015)He scoffs at the idea that he watches his diet, and forks another mouthful of ravioli between those dazzling teeth. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I got a mouthful of abuse. The Sun (2011)It's like eating an elephant: small mouthfuls moving slowly up. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Grab one by the leaves, dunk it whole in butter, then dip it in salt and eat in one mouthful. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'mouthful'
British English: mouthful NOUN
A mouthful of drink or food is the amount that you put or have in your mouth.
She gulped down a mouthful of coffee.
Definition of mouthful from the Collins English Dictionary
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