Definition of Mouthpieces

1. Noun. (plural of mouthpiece) ¹



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Definition of Mouthpieces

1. mouthpiece [n] - See also: mouthpiece

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouthpieces

mouthguards
mouthier
mouthiest
mouthily
mouthiness
mouthing
mouthing off
mouthless
mouthlike
mouthline
mouthlines
mouthly
mouthpart
mouthparts
mouthpiece
mouthpieces (current term)
mouths
mouths off
mouthsful
mouthward
mouthwards
mouthwash
mouthwashes
mouthwatering
mouthwateringly
mouthy
mouton
mouton enragé
moutonnee
moutons

Literary usage of Mouthpieces

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1. Proceedings of the American Gas Institute by American Gas Institute (1907)
"the mouthpieces, and the bent pipes, for the bench of six retorts described ... The mouthpieces are designed to be the full size of the retort all through, ..."

2. Proceedings Before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections (1905)
"I do uot think the apostles are the mouthpieces of the Lord. I think the president of the church when speaking— "The apostles as the mouthpieces of the Lord ..."

3. The Applications of Physical Forces by Amédée Guillemin (1877)
"We shall thus find musical instruments with flute mouthpieces : these are ... I.—INSTRUMENTS WITH FLUTE mouthpieces—THE FLAGEOLET, FLUTE, AND FIFE. Fig. ..."

4. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"The retorts are of cast iron and about 10 foot in length, set so as to slope downwards to the back : mouthpieces and ascension pipes are fitted in the usual ..."

5. Curious Questions in History, Literature, Art, and Social Life: Designed as by Sarah Hutchins Killikelly (1886)
"Smokers use amber as mouthpieces for pipes, and very large quantities of it are sent to China to be made into idols, etc. 13. ..."

6. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"SPECIAL ARTICLES I. NATIONALITY IN MUSIC Distinctively American Music, Like the American Nation, is "yet to be"—Composers the mouthpieces of Their ..."

7. Text Book on Hydraulics by George Edmond Russell (1909)
"... mouthpieces 55. General. — If in any manner a mouthpiece be added to an orifice, we may expect changes in both velocity and quantity discharged. ..."

8. The Life and Letters of Charles Samuel Keene by George Somes Layard (1892)
"Dentistry and mouthpieces.—Enthusiastic Piper in Hyde Park.—Dr. Ellis, FRS—Mr. AJ Hipkins.-—Experiments with Scheibler Tonometer.—The Stockhorn. ..."

9. Proceedings of the American Gas Institute by American Gas Institute (1907)
"the mouthpieces, and the bent pipes, for the bench of six retorts described ... The mouthpieces are designed to be the full size of the retort all through, ..."

10. Proceedings Before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections (1905)
"I do uot think the apostles are the mouthpieces of the Lord. I think the president of the church when speaking— "The apostles as the mouthpieces of the Lord ..."

11. The Applications of Physical Forces by Amédée Guillemin (1877)
"We shall thus find musical instruments with flute mouthpieces : these are ... I.—INSTRUMENTS WITH FLUTE mouthpieces—THE FLAGEOLET, FLUTE, AND FIFE. Fig. ..."

12. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"The retorts are of cast iron and about 10 foot in length, set so as to slope downwards to the back : mouthpieces and ascension pipes are fitted in the usual ..."

13. Curious Questions in History, Literature, Art, and Social Life: Designed as by Sarah Hutchins Killikelly (1886)
"Smokers use amber as mouthpieces for pipes, and very large quantities of it are sent to China to be made into idols, etc. 13. ..."

14. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"SPECIAL ARTICLES I. NATIONALITY IN MUSIC Distinctively American Music, Like the American Nation, is "yet to be"—Composers the mouthpieces of Their ..."

15. Text Book on Hydraulics by George Edmond Russell (1909)
"... mouthpieces 55. General. — If in any manner a mouthpiece be added to an orifice, we may expect changes in both velocity and quantity discharged. ..."

16. The Life and Letters of Charles Samuel Keene by George Somes Layard (1892)
"Dentistry and mouthpieces.—Enthusiastic Piper in Hyde Park.—Dr. Ellis, FRS—Mr. AJ Hipkins.-—Experiments with Scheibler Tonometer.—The Stockhorn. ..."

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