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Synonyms for bigmouthed

unwisely talking too much

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When I joined Hull (in January 2007) I'd scored 12 goals for Bradford that season and being the bigmouthed idiot I am, I said to the Press if I could get eight goals between now and the end of the season that would keep the club in the Championship," he said.
Soon after the governor reveals to Hoppy that Mexican troops are secretly en route to El Dorado to deal with the raiders, bigmouthed Lucky spills the beans to Uncle Stephen, who races out to warn the gang and formulates a first-strike plan.
Not least because goalkeepers have to be bigmouthed on the pitch.
Are any of those valid concerns addressed by sucking up to a bigmouthed billionaire from Dallas?
Because the bigmouthed, and soon-tobe very big-bellied, star has staged another war of words - this time with Lady Gaga.
And to his credit, like any bigmouthed firebrand worth his salt, McClure isn't above putting his own demons under the microscope as he does in the pained but lovely Long Long Time
It would be hilarious in the extreme if those bigmouthed players who boasted about getting a shot of Mileson's flash motor when they scored goals are hit with a tax bill for "benefits in kind".
OK, now we're three months into the football season, are you getting tired of your bigmouthed mate bragging about how he's cleaning up every weekend?