A tendency to speech before thought; the habit of opening one’s ”big fat mouth”: Among the most notable practitioners of hoofin-mouth disease in the past year
[1960s+; fr put one’s foot in it with a pun on the hoof-and-mouth disease of farm animals, so designated by 1887]
[hoo f-print, hoof-] /ˈhʊfˌprɪnt, ˈhuf-/ noun 1. the impression made by an animal’s .
/Dutch hoːft/ noun 1. Pieter Corneliszoon (ˈpiːtər kɔrˈnɛːlisoːn). 1581–1647, Dutch poet, historian, and writer: noted esp for his love poetry and his 27-volume History of the Netherlands (1626–47)
[Dutch hohkh] /Dutch hoʊx/ noun 1. Pieter de [Dutch pee-ter duh] /Dutch ˈpi tər də/ (Show IPA), . /Dutch hoːx/ noun 1. See (Pieter de) Hooch
[hoog-lee] /ˈhug li/ noun 1. a river in NE India, in W Bengal: the westernmost channel by which the Ganges enters the Bay of Bengal. 120 miles (195 km) long. /ˈhuːɡlɪ/ noun 1. a river in NE India, in West Bengal: the westernmost and commercially most important channel by which the River Ganges enters the […]