In her glowing description of stone throwing, she crosses the line of objectivity, becoming a mouthpiece rather than a reporter.
“The idea was patently absurd that the show was a mouthpiece for any point of view,” he said.
For a second, I wondered if Specter himself was on the line, covering the mouthpiece with his hand.
In both cases, when someone answered he was to blow three times into the mouthpiece, and then hang up.
Three short breaths into the mouthpiece, and the line went dead.
It was Buckingham, greatly daring, who slyly made himself that party's mouthpiece.
The voice was concentrated upon it by means of a mouthpiece and a diaphragm.
Jimmie Dale pressed his hand firmly over the mouthpiece of the telephone.
In putting it thus, I but make myself the mouthpiece of the Court.
Not for nothing had John Crondall called the Canadian preachers the mouthpiece of the hour.