motor-mouth

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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I would put my hands up and say, 'Yes, I get paid a disproportionate amount of money for the job I do"' - Dermot O'Leary, who has been described as TV's new motor-mouth.
Their target audience hang on to every word motor-mouth Jeremy Clarkson utters.
This rather lazy effort tries to mix laughs and gunplay but is reliant on the charisma of its two leads, Ice Cube ( for his stern look and scowling gaze) and Kevin Hart ( for his motor-mouth comedy persona).
Gaunty's motor-mouth was his trademark and also his downfall as he fell foul of the 'PC brigade' as he bitterly puts it.
The award-winning TV Burp host received 24% of the votes, with motor-mouth McIntyre coming in second place with 17%.
Bollywood motor-mouth Rakhi Sawant will be invoking her maternal instincts in a new reality show Pati, Patni Aur Woh.
Less than 48 hours after his points decision win over motor-mouth American Bernard Hopkins, the Welsh hero was on a plane back home.
Surprisingly, Top Gear motor-mouth Jeremy Clarkson was named ahead of F1 ace Lewis Hamilton, David Beckham and Bond star Daniel Craig as the male passenger most blokes would like to drive around with.
Starting out as a docu about a literary sham before morphing into a provocative, politically incorrect item about a group of ecologists working close to the Argentina-Uruguay border, "The Great Simulator" is ultimately little more than a showcase for its bumptious helmer-star, motor-mouth Eduardo Montes-Bradley, bidding to be Argentina's Michael Moore.
After two successful runs at the Journal Tyne Theatre, the Irish motor-mouth is back for the third part of a trilogy of shows.
He is a sort of theological counterpart to motor-mouth Jack Layton.
MOTOR-MOUTH Geoff Boycott dubbed him a "show pony" last season - now England's forgotten man Dominic Cork is out to prove he's a cricketing thoroughbred.
THE war of words between controversial motor-mouth Katie Hopkins and Charlotte Church intensified yesterday.
However, the likeable Harlesden motor-mouth has managed to work his way towards a final eliminator for the IBF supermiddleweight title against Gonzales, knowing victory will secure him a shot at the winner of the Wembley main event.