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pie hole

slang One's mouth. Often used in rude or aggressive ways. Sometimes written as a single word. Shut your pie hole, Bobby—no one asked for your opinion! Maybe if you didn't stuff so much fast food in your piehole all the time, you'd actually have a chance at losing weight!
See also: hole, pie

pie hole

verb
See also: hole, pie
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