The opening of a creature through which food is ingested. (noun)
The end of a river out of which water flows into a sea or other large body of water. (noun)
An outlet, aperture or orifice. (noun)
A loud or overly talkative person. (noun)
To speak about something. (verb)
To make the actions of speech, without producing sound. (verb)
To pick up or handle with the lips or mouth, but not chew or swallow. (verb)
Examples of word mouth
When the mouth is very wide, it is called a _Tory mouth_.
Edward -- now as heavy as a cannonball -- and pried his mouth open, staring down his gullet, staring down into * another mouth*, Frederick's mouth, which gaped open, revealing a * third* mouth, George's.
The proposed reversal to _thy mouth speak with his mouth_ (Giesebrecht, etc.) misses the point; surely the captor would speak first.
He likes to imitate gestures with his arms and mouth; he observes attentively the _movements of the lips of one who is speaking_, sometimes _touching_ at the same time the _mouth of the speaker with his finger_.
Lying about widows of 9/11 and everything else that toilet she calls a mouth is the real problem.