noun, plural loudmouths
[loud-mouth z, -mouths] /ˈlaʊdˌmaʊðz, -ˌmaʊθs/ (Show IPA)
a loudmouthed person.
a person who brags or talks too loudly
a person who is gossipy or tactless
also loud-mouth, “loud or talkative person,” 1872, from loud (adj.) + mouth (n.).
A loud and constant talker, esp a braggart and self-appointed authority; windbag: Maybe poking Loud Mouth in the kisseroo would solve everything (1934+)
: Don’t you loudmouth me!
[loud-mouth d, -moutht] /ˈlaʊdˌmaʊðd, -ˌmaʊθt/ adjective 1. , gossipy, or indiscreet; vociferous.
[loud] /laʊd/ adjective, louder, loudest. 1. (of sound) strongly audible; having exceptional volume or intensity: loud talking; loud thunder; loud whispers. 2. making, emitting, or uttering strongly audible sounds: a quartet of loud trombones. 3. clamorous, vociferous, or blatant; noisy: a loud party; a loud demonstration. 4. emphatic or insistent: to be loud in one’s […]
[loud-spee-ker] /ˈlaʊdˌspi kər/ noun 1. any of various devices, usually electronic, by which speech, music, etc., can be intensified and made audible throughout a room, hall, or the like. 2. Audio. /ˌlaʊdˈspiːkə/ noun 1. a device for converting audio-frequency signals into the equivalent sound waves by means of a vibrating conical diaphragm Sometimes shortened to […]
- Loudspeaker van
noun 1. a motor vehicle carrying a public address system US and Canadian name sound truck