a motor mouth

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a motor mouth

A person who talks incessantly or irrepressibly. Jake is such a motor mouth that I find it exhausting talking to him! You need to quit being such a motor mouth in the classroom!
See also: motor, mouth

motor-mouth

verb
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Meanwhile the motor mouth writer has recently talked Scots screen legend Sean Connery into starring in his latest venture.
A RUNNING pal of radio motor mouth Stephen Nolan has died suddenly aged just 28 it emerged yesterday.
HOW dare Joan 'motor mouth' Burnie criticise a grieving family after the horrific death of their father at Ayr Hospital.
Top Gear's motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson, 47, was snapped earlier this year driving his Mercedes at 70mph on the M40, in Oxfordshire, while talking on his mobile.
Not even Top Gear motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson could grumble.
The 28-year-old motor mouth was certainly not full of seasonal cheer and goodwill when switching on London's Oxford Street's Christmas lights with her hubby Peter Andre.
The Big Brother motor mouth, 25, told us: "Who in their right mind would get engaged after knowing each other for four months?
JASON WHITE yesterday resisted calls to become Scottish rugby's Mr Motor Mouth, insisting he won't change his relaxed leadership style.
SOUTH AFRICA'S motor mouth coach Jake White saw his Grand Slam dreams shattered in Dublin - now he faces England at Twickenham on Saturday with confidence draining fast.
However, for once in his amazing Indiana Jones-style life, he kept his motor mouth shut.
The motor mouth lead singer warned: "I can't stand male pop singers - they are all the same.
will you and your party begin Swachh Bharat [Clean India Movement] first from your own motor mouths?"
The humiliating defeat the BJP suffered in Bihar, though mostly of its own making, is an opportunity for course correction by the party and to restrain the motor mouths that work against the ethos of the country.
GRIM: Kerry down in mouth TENSE: Kerry frowns as Mark makes his point during their meeting last week MOTOR MOUTHS: Pair talk by their cars