foul-mouthed


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foul-mouthed

Describing one who often uses expletives or other foul language. I don't want that foul-mouthed girl watching our kids ever again—she taught them curse words!
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Do they want more crossings on Firth Street or close it just for the few foul-mouthed students?
Drogba's foul-mouthed rant at the official was seen by millions of television viewers.
He dismantled messages contained in the bible with his foul-mouthed so-called humour.
This year - and hey-presto - we've got a young foul-mouthed girl called Alex whose performance on the show is truly disgusting.
The United boss - probably the most foul-mouthed knight of the realm in the history of Great Britain - loves his job, so why should he give it up?
FED-UP Charley launched a foul-mouthed rant and threatened to quit yesterday when her dinner left-overs were pinched.
Hector Garcia's crank yankers involve buried nosegrinds, not foul-mouthed puppets.
The family missed a connecting flight to Scotland and Colin, 42, allegedly subjected a BMI ground manager to a foul-mouthed tirade.
But then Hunter, a foul-mouthed, uncivilized physician in Georgian England, changed much of that.
The foul-mouthed creature is now supposedly being cared for by the family of a ship's officer.
A foul-mouthed womanizer, Williams also suffered from anger management issues.
Though Willie admits he and his cohorts indulge in their share of foul-mouthed "housemates gone wild" shenanigans--"I may get inebriated, but you'll never see me be a mess or, like, throw up" he reports--he's also well aware that his position comes with serious role-model potential.
was released, in 1997, it was banned from Mexican airwaves for its foul-mouthed lyrics.
Those scrawled drawings could have come straight out of some bright but troubled student's notebook, and the foul-mouthed appliqued blankets would be just the thing to turn in for your big art project if you were angling for a suspension.