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Loud-mouthed   /laʊd-maʊðd/   Listen
Loud-mouthed

adjective
1.
Given to loud offensive talk.






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"Loud-mouthed" Quotes from Famous Books



... dissolution of the Union?" asked one Englishman of another. "Oh, I have no reason, except that the Americans are so bounceable I want to see them humbled." But we were the weakest when Slavery made us so loud-mouthed and vaporing; we shall be strongest when the cause of our boasting has disappeared. When a country is fully conscious of the principles that belong to it, and sees them cleansed with her children's blood, through eyes that stand full with ...
— The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15, No. 92, June, 1865 • Various

... ended in great enthusiasm, and the audience was amazed and pleased to find that this man Hardie was not the vulgar-minded, loud-mouthed ignorant agitator of which the press had told them; but was just one of themselves, burning with a sense of their wrongs, with ability to express their thoughts in their own words, and with an uncompromising hatred of the system which bred these ...
— The Underworld - The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner • James C. Welsh

... written from that city, had appeared in the Northern papers, and were attributed to me. It seems that at this very time an abolition correspondent of the New York Tribune was employed in the office of Rhett's paper, the Charleston Mercury. This man professed to be the most loud-mouthed secessionist of them all. In conversation with me afterward, he claimed to be the author of ...
— Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-'61 • Abner Doubleday

... he kept among his treasures. He never had seen a woman who had suggested ever so faintly the thought that he should like to place it on her finger. There had been women, of a kind—"Peroxide Louise," in Meadows, with her bovine coquetry and loud-mouthed vivacity, yapping scandal up and down the town, the transplanted product of a city's slums, not even loyal to the man who had tried to raise her to ...
— The Man from the Bitter Roots • Caroline Lockhart



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