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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 ?
"How know you that I have dwelt with the wolves upon the Ghost Mountain, O Mouth?" he asked.
"Slay if you will, Umslopogaas," I answered, "but know that when the brains are scattered the mouth is dumb.
Now Dingaan, whose shadow lies upon the land, the king whom I serve, and who sits in the place of the Black One who is gone, speaks to you by me, his mouth. He would know this: if it is true that you refuse to own his sovereignty, to pay tribute to him in men and maids and cattle, and to serve him in his wars?
This circumstance had suggested to him the idea of supplying the Russian establishment regularly by means of the annual ship that should visit the settlement at the mouth of the Columbia (or Oregon) ; by this means the casual trading vessels would be excluded from those parts of the coast where their malpractices were so injurious to the Russians.
He considered his projected establishment at the mouth of the Columbia as the emporium to an immense commerce; as a colony that would form the germ of a wide civilization; that would, in fact, carry the American population across the Rocky Mountains and spread it along the shores of the Pacific, as it already animated the shores of the Atlantic.
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.
"And in another isle are men that have the lips about their mouth so great that when they sleep in the sun they cover all their face with the lip."
Possibly seven or eight minutes later I heard Charley's voice as the Reindeer went past the mouth of the slough.
After waiting a few minutes longer, the crew hoisted the lateen sail, and Yellow Handkerchief steered down toward the mouth of San Rafael Creek.
The gag in my mouth prevented me from replying, and I could only lie there, helplessly fuming, while he rowed past the island and his voice slowly lost itself in the distance.
So with the mouths of insects, we have only to suppose that their common progenitor had an upper lip, mandibles, and two pair of maxillae, these parts being perhaps very simple in form; and then natural selection will account for the infinite diversity in structure and function of the mouths of insects.
Clearly this sinner is mortally wounded, as he vomits blood from the mouth;" but considering the matter a little more closely he perceived by the colour, taste, and smell, that it was not blood but the balsam from the flask which he had seen him drink; and he was taken with such a loathing that his stomach turned, and he vomited up his inside over his very master, and both were left in a precious state.
"Luckless that I am!" said Don Quixote, hearing the sad news his squire gave him; "I had rather they despoiled me of an arm, so it were not the sword-arm; for I tell thee, Sancho, a mouth without teeth is like a mill without a millstone, and a tooth is much more to be prized than a diamond; but we who profess the austere order of chivalry are liable to all this.
Promptly, in the next clinch, the blow was repeated; but after that Joe usually managed to give Ponta the heel of the glove on the mouth and so hold his head back.
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.