The foul-mouthed canine pioneered a brilliant Dog-Bites-Man-on-the-Street style of reporting.
So this was the guy who was supposed to be such a foul-mouthed bully?
In the movie, Murray portrays Vincent McKenna, a brash, loud, foul-mouthed man who drinks and chain-smokes.
In the film, a story about a dysfunctional family prone to calamitous accidents, Davis plays the foul-mouthed matriarch.
About: Three foul-mouthed teachers act more juvenile than the high-school students they teach.
Of this sort are the vulgar railers at religion, the foul-mouthed beliers of the Christian faith and history.
One was an American "tough," the other a lazy, foul-mouthed Swede.
Say that again, you foul-mouthed dog o' Fife, and I'll gralloch you like a deer!
Shame on a gentleman for hearkening to the foul-mouthed villains one moment.
A notion that it 'ud be a good day's work to shoot you fo' a foul-mouthed, lyin', stealin' crook!
also foulmouthed, 1590s, apparently first in Shakespeare ["Henry IV," 1596].
Obscene and profane in speech; filthy: a foulmouthed retort (1596+)