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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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Much as I loved the joint sets, it was the solos and duets that most affected me: Joe Hutton's set of hornpipes, 'Whittle Dene', 'Remember Me', and 'Rowley Burn', his playing rock-steady, but the music flowing and dancing just like the Rowley Burn chuckling along (lovely, too, to hear the mellow tone of his pipes on this solo set); Will Atkinson's rhythmic and precise 'Duke of Fife's Welcome' set, exquisitely played on mouth-organ; the nines 'Tich's Reel', 'Pearl Wedding', and 'Nancy Taylor's' played, with customary verve, by their composer Willie Taylor.
According to the Daily Star, Gazza, who has quickly become hooked on the mouth-organ, blasted out tunes for stunned staff while he was having a tattoo on his arm.
Tigger the tiger dreams of faraway Africa and surprise, surprise, a new character comes along, the Silver-and-Silky Slinky Thing, Lottie, the aristocratic, mouth-organ playing otter.
Someone started to play a mouth-organ and one or two chaps had started to sing when the warden shouted 'down on your faces'.
Sets, lighting and an atmospheric mouth-organ score catch nostalgically at an America long gone, when rough justice happened on farms like this and men disappeared without too much being said.