tending toward indiscriminate and uninhibited talk.
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Junior clenches his wide face into a loose-lipped mischievous smile.
He has long been one of the more open, if loose-lipped, officials in a regime infamous for its lack of transparency.
Atomic nuclei may be loose-lipped, but they are the ultimate in soft talkers.
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