take the words out of somebody's mouth
take the words (right) out of (one's) mouth
To unknowingly say what someone else is thinking or about to say. You took the words out of my mouth—I think she looks gorgeous, too! Well, I was about to give the same explanation, but you've taken the words right out of my mouth.
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take the words (right) out of somebody’s ˈmouthsay exactly what another person was going to say: ‘The speed limit on motorways should be raised.’ ‘I agree completely! You’ve taken the words right out of my mouth!’
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- take the words out of (one's) mouth
- take the words out of mouth
- take the words out of someone's mouth
- took the words right out of my mouth
- put words into someone's mouth, to
- put words in (one's) mouth
- put words in mouth
- put words in someone's mouth
- put words in/into somebody's mouth
- a closed mouth gathers no feet