foul mouth


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foul mouth

n. a person who uses obscene language habitually. Sally is turning into a real foul mouth.
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A little man with a foul mouth, a fearful volatility, and a basic meanness.
Although I would be the first to deny any substantial similarity between Peres and Ahenakew, the lack of concern for coherent procedure by the Jewish Congress, the Attorney General of Saskatchewan and others appalls me less than Ahenakew's foul mouth only by scant degrees.
Although the former model may have an angelic face, she admits to having a foul mouth.
Emphasizing grotesque effects, sadistic action, misogyny and Woods' incomparably foul mouth, Carpenter has a high old time hurling tough-guy movie cliches at the wall and seeing which ones make the biggest splat.
Still, this slight story is PBS, not feature, material, Vernon's foul mouth notwithstanding.
But the foul mouth of the year award looks like going to our cuddly Health Secretary F-F-Frank Dobson.