the opening on the face through which a person or animal can take food into the body, and speak to make sounds
meaningless; impudent talk
move one's lips as if saying (words) but without making any sound
say especially repeatedly and without understanding or sincerity
"he stuffed his mouth with candy"
"she wiped lipstick from her mouth"
"he rode into the mouth of the canyon"
"they built a fire at the mouth of the cave"
"New York is at the mouth of the Hudson"
"he has four mouths to feed"
"don't give me any of your sass"
"the jar had a wide mouth"
"She talks a lot of nonsense"
"This depressed patient does not verbalize"
"She mouthed a swear word"
The cavity of the mouth forms the commencement of the alimentary canal.
Sammy had his mouth full of..steak sandwich.
出自： B. Schulberg
Who Taught you to mouth that name of 'villain'?
The pompous high-placed imbecile mouthing his platitudes.
出自： A. Birrell
Your flat clear voice beside me Mouthed cheerful clear flat platitudes.
出自： R. Brooke
误 He kissed her on mouth.
误 He kissed her on his mouth.
正 He kissed her on the mouth.
误 Don't try to talk with a mouth of food.
正 Don't try to talk with a mouthful of food.
析 mouth指“口,嘴”; 表示“一口,满口”,应该说mouthful。
误 She stared at him, the mouth open.
误 She stared at him, her mouth open.
正 She stared at him, mouth open.
误 Three men came marching along, pipe in mouths and swords in hand.
正 Three men came marching along, pipe in mouth and sword in hand.