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
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foul mouth

n. a person who uses obscene language habitually. Sally is turning into a real foul mouth.
See also: foul, mouth
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Veteran Tory Sir Roger Gale yesterday demanded the Oxford graduate was "frogmarched" out of Downing Street, claiming he was an "unelected, foulmouth oaf" who risked "tearing the party apart."
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It is only with the murder of Josie Bell that Montgomery claims he can finally lay to rest his role as colonizer: "Now I had struck a blow for the inner man, that guffawing, fat foulmouth who had been telling me all along I was living a lie.
Roxanne Mahroof, who worked at Heartlands Hospital, launched a foulmouth rant at the cop and was later jailed over a bottle attack in an unrelated incident.
Kudos for the plaintiffs and barbs for the defendants for their intention to brazenly break the law and then foulmouth those who OdaredO to stand up for what is not just their right but entirely right.
But he continued to deny that he slapped her, subjected her to foulmouth rants and kept a grubby dossier of her previous sexual encounters in a notepad.
FOULMOUTH soccer stars are always being blamed for the bad behaviour of youngsters on the football pitch.
The test for qualified privilege was not only strictly enforced--the court ignored the defendant's pleas to disregard his profanity as mere verbal tics of an inveterate foulmouth (165)--but it was also imbued with considerations of past reputation and the availability of due process.
"Cantor's Mr Foulmouth," a Sunday newspaper recently headlined him, trawling back to a 1986 drugs charge to gather more mud.
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Meanwhile, 'Rocket' Ronnie has no qualms about coughing up a bit of dough either after his one-man bad-tempered foulmouth show -mixed in with some exhilarating play.
Mixing clever beats and scratches from Banksie, film dialogue and Foulmouth's cheeky lyrics, this is for over-18s only.
The balloon-breasted foulmouth jetted into LA in a pink top and matching boots on Thursday - but had forgotten to put her usual 30 layers of slap on.
In a bid for her fourth Group One win off the reel, she tackles older fillies for the first time in the Falmouth Stakes - and there will be a few foulmouth reactions if she gets beat!