blabbermouth


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blabbermouth

1. n. someone who talks too much and tells secrets. You are such a blabbermouth!
2. tv. to tell secrets in public. Don’t blabbermouth this to everybody.
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7) Just a week after the first news reports about his business appeared, Creed apologized and announced that he had decided to shut down the BlabberMouth business.
But even a blabbermouth like Ralph would be speechless when confronted with the home furnishings choices that consumers have to deal with these days.
Nicanor Faeldon, a blabbermouth who was unbelievably incompetent.
You finally thought you'd met your match: a blabbermouth who's as thin-skinned and narcissistic as you are.
In case you're unaware of his place in history, Mr Sedgwick was the unfortunate blabbermouth shot by a sharpshooter at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House on May 9, 1864, seconds after uttering the words: "They couldn't hit an elephant at this distance
It's blabbermouth Donna who spills the beans, the woman who spends so much time gossiping it's a wonder she ever shifts any leggings on that stall of hers.
Blabbermouth is a one–day event to be staged the day before Scotland approaches the referendum on independence and is a moment to celebrate Scotland's contribution to the world through its written word.
The gaffe-prone Cook has already been slapped with a gagging order after his New York blabbermouth embarrassment.
He may be a blabbermouth, but he was a politely warm blabbermouth.
They didn't give me the last three or four pages, because they knew I'm a blabbermouth and I would tell everybody.
Presiding over it all is eccentric building manager Uncle Saul (Tambor), who name-drops constantly about his "Company" days; and blabbermouth desk attendant Jesus (Al Madrigal), who insists on the English pronunciation of his name.
Sprott provided one of the most iconic moments of the year in February when he knocked out blabbermouth Audley Harrison at Wembley, and although 40-year-old Skelton is probably too wily to get chinned in the same fashion the younger Sprott should have more in the tank in the latter stages.
Andy wants it to stay that way, which is why he is very stupid to confess the dark deed to blabbermouth Jo.
Ignoring these kinds of anachronisms would seem to be the rule in a movie about a blabbermouth baseball teaching a kid the value of persistence.
It's the identical look I've worn myself when suddenly discovered by some blabbermouth deer that blew and blew and blew.