Definition of Bigmouths

1. Noun. (plural of bigmouth) ¹



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Definition of Bigmouths

1. bigmouth [n] - See also: bigmouth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bigmouths

bighorns
bight
bighted
bighting
bights
bightsome
bigitalin
biglandular
bigleaf
bigleaf magnolia
bigleague
bigly
biglycan
bigmouth
bigmouthed
bigmouths (current term)
bignay
bignays
bigness
bignesses
bignonia
bignoniaceous
bignoniad
bignonias
bignose
bignum
bignums
bigoli
bigon
bigons

Literary usage of Bigmouths

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1. History of America Before Columbus: According to Documents and Approved Authors by Peter De Roo (1900)
"... and had a son who went to heaven, and of two " bigmouths" or preachers, who came afterwards, wearing long beards, and also went up to heaven. ..."

2. The American nations; or, Outlines of their general history, ancient and modern by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1836)
"... married an American, had a son, who went to heaven; and of 2 bigmouths (or preachers) who came afterwards with long beards, and also went to heaven. ..."

3. The Underworld: The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner by James C. Welsh (1920)
"Folks are no' a' Geordie Ritchies, an' they're no' a' bigmouths either. We're bound to succeed if we care to be solid thegither." "I'll come to the meetin', ..."

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