foul mouth

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foul mouth

1. Someone who often uses language considered profanity. I don't want that foul mouth watching our kids ever again—she taught them curse words!
2. adjective Describing someone who uses such language. Often hyphenated or spelled as one word. I had to kick some foul mouth kids out of the store today.
See also: foul, mouth

foul mouth

n. a person who uses obscene language habitually. Sally is turning into a real foul mouth.
See also: foul, mouth
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Fury was fined PS15,000 after a foul-mouth rant during his last press conference to promote November's bout with Dereck Chisora.
But he was suspended in March after a Sunday newspaper claimed he launched into a foul-mouth tirade, insulting fans and discussing forthcoming storylines.
Foul-mouthed graduate Georgia Jayne Barry spouted a foul-mouthed expletive at one constable and called a sergeant a "dirty naan bread ***" as she was arrested on the final day of Teesside's biggest ever musical event.
He's just a foul-mouthed buffoon who craves attention.
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What we got was a foul-mouthed tirade from the acts with four-letter words from comedians such as Eddie Izzard, pictured.
A FOUL-mouthed parrot has given her family the slip and flown the nest.
Before John Hunter, 18th-century medical orthodoxy consisted of usually ineffective treatments such as bloodletting and the adjustment of "bodily humors." But then Hunter, a foul-mouthed, uncivilized physician in Georgian England, changed much of that.
A foul-mouthed womanizer, Williams also suffered from anger management issues.
"Close association with Lenin," Volkogonov writes, "may have taught Stalin a foul-mouthed intolerance of inadequate officials." Volkogonov found a memo Lenin sent to Stalin in 1922 complaining about the financial experts he and Kamenev had taken on.
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The BBC has apologised to radio listeners after a foul-mouthed outburst from Sir Geoffrey Boycott during its cricket coverage.
As the manager asks Billy to tie his shoelace, the player does the Keane take-off with a foul-mouthed rant.