mouthy

[mou-thee, -thee]
adjective, mouthier, mouthiest.
garrulous, often in a bombastic manner.

Origin:
1580–90; mouth + -y1

mouthily, adverb
mouthiness, noun
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mouthy (ˈmaʊðɪ)
 
adj , mouthier, mouthiest
bombastic; excessively talkative

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Example sentences
Usually, a fun loving animal but has always been a bit mouthy.
He wasn't mouthy, but knew that the catcher ran the team and that he would have to earn the respect that came with the position.
The wet, mouthy odor of water, river-grit spangling ankles.
He was mouthy and obnoxious, but did nothing beyond expressing his displeasure at a perceived injustice.
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