Also, have or be a loud mouth. Be loquacious, often noisily or boastfully; be tactless or reveal secrets. For example, After a few drinks, Dick turns into a loud mouth about his accomplishments, or Don’t tell Peggy anything confidential; she’s known for having a big mouth. [ ; late 1800s ]
having a very large mouth. very talkative; loud-mouthed.
- Big muddy river
a river in SW Illinois, flowing SW into the Mississippi. About 120 miles (195 km) long.
- Big muddy
a nickname of the Missouri River. Historical Examples Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman Broke Edwin A. Brown Narakan Rifles, About Face! Jan Smith Mary and I Stephen Return Riggs Recollections with the Third Iowa Regiment Seymour D. (Seymour Dwight) Thompson The Twin Hells John N. Reynolds The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Volume I […]
- Big name
a person who has a preeminent public reputation in a specified field: He’s a big name in education. having a widespread public reputation as a leader in a specified field; famous: a big-name doctor; a big-name actress. of, relating to, or composed of a big-name person or persons. Contemporary Examples My Night at the NSFW […]