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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 ?
While muttering these words, Mother Rigby took the pipe from her own mouth and thrust it into the crevice which represented the same feature in the pumpkin visage of the scarecrow.
Ten feet high at the shoulder, with four legs on either side; a broad, flat tail, larger at the tip than at the root which it holds straight out behind while running; a mouth splitting its head from snout to the long, massive neck.
To refer once again to cirripedes: the larvae in the first stage have three pairs of legs, a very simple single eye, and a probosciformed mouth, with which they feed largely, for they increase much in size.
Small waves, with spiteful foaming crests, continually broke over me and into my mouth, sending me off into more strangling paroxysms.
As for the lioness, she dropped the dead cub which she was carrying, and took the other into her mouth, for she could not carry both.
You'll get used to it in time,' said the Caterpillar; and it put the hookah into its mouth and began smoking again.
Sancho came so close that he almost put his eyes into his mouth; now just at that moment the balsam had acted on the stomach of Don Quixote, so, at the very instant when Sancho came to examine his mouth, he discharged all its contents with more force than a musket, and full into the beard of the compassionate squire.
A Spanish ship is said to have been wrecked at the mouth, several of the crew of which lived for some time among, the natives.
As I backed along the ledge I soon was past the mouth of the cave, where I no longer could see those fearful flaming eyes, but an instant later I caught sight of the fiendish face of a Sagoth as it warily advanced beyond the cliff's turn on the far side of the cave's mouth.
In the gathering darkness I could just make out the mouth of San Rafael Creek, and by the time we entered it I could barely see its banks.
She paused at the mouth of the cave and looked the wall over carefully.
With wide-open mouth he was breathing the towel-driven air furnished by two of the seconds, while listening to the counsel of still another second who talked with low voice in his ear and at the same time sponged off his face, shoulders, and chest.
It happened that a Dog had got a piece of meat and was carrying it home in his mouth to eat it in peace.
And men say that she shall dwell so until the time that a knight come that is so hardy as to go to her and kiss her mouth.
Michel Ardan, always easy, dressed in thorough traveler's costume, leathern gaiters on his legs, pouch by his side, in loose velvet suit, cigar in mouth, was full of inexhaustible gayety, laughing, joking, playing pranks with J.