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Synonyms for mouth

opening

utter

keep your mouth shut

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Synonyms for mouth

the opening in the body through which food is ingested

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a facial contortion indicating displeasure, disgust, or pain

a person who speaks on behalf of another or others

an open space allowing passage

to speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner

to contort one's face to indicate displeasure, disgust, or pain, for example

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Synonyms for mouth

the externally visible part of the oral cavity on the face and the system of organs surrounding the opening

an opening that resembles a mouth (as of a cave or a gorge)

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the point where a stream issues into a larger body of water

a person conceived as a consumer of food

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a spokesperson (as a lawyer)

the opening of a jar or bottle

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articulate silently

touch with the mouth

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References in classic literature ?
Astor, on the contrary, would be able to supply his proposed establishment at the mouth of the Columbia by sea, and to ship the furs collected there directly to China, so as to undersell the Northwest Company in the great Chinese market.
They hoped, too, by a timely move, to secure the mouth of the Columbia before Mr.
This he applied to his lips as often as every five or six paces, and inhaled a deep whiff of smoke, which, after being retained a moment in his lungs, might be seen to eddy gracefully from his mouth and nostrils.
And by this time it is to be supposed there was a blush on Polly's cheek, a tender smile about her mouth and a liquid softness in her glance; while the star kept coruscating on Feathertop's breast, and the little demons careered with more frantic merriment than ever about the circumference of his pipe bowl.
After waiting a few minutes longer, the crew hoisted the lateen sail, and Yellow Handkerchief steered down toward the mouth of San Rafael Creek.
Then he remembered, and, turning on the back- track, started for home, carrying the ptarmigan in his mouth.
Joe's quick eye saw the opening, and he smashed straight out upon Ponta's mouth, following instantly with a half swing, half hook, for the jaw.
And in another isle are men that have flat faces without nose and without eyes, but they have two small round holes instead of eyes and they have a flat mouth without lips.
The mouth of the Columbiad, now completely disencumbered, was open entirely to the sky.
We see the same great law in the construction of the mouths of insects: what can be more different than the immensely long spiral proboscis of a sphinx-moth, the curious folded one of a bee or bug, and the great jaws of a beetle?
One of them grabbed the Marionette by the nose and the other by the chin, and they pulled him unmercifully from side to side in order to make him open his mouth.
He was the lion-tamer, and he had the self-same trick of putting his head into the lion's mouth.
Small waves, with spiteful foaming crests, continually broke over me and into my mouth, sending me off into more strangling paroxysms.
This is the man without disgust, this is Zarathustra himself, the surmounter of the great disgust, this is the eye, this is the mouth, this is the heart of Zarathustra himself.
He put his arms round her and pressed his lips to her mouth that sought his kiss.