Flannel-mouth



[flan-l-mouth] /ˈflæn lˌmaʊθ/

noun, plural flannelmouths
[flan-l-mouth z] /ˈflæn lˌmaʊðz/ (Show IPA)
1.
a person whose speech is thick, slow, or halting.
2.
a person whose speech is smoothly deceptive.

noun

An exaggerated talker (1880s+)

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