Read my lips



sentence

Iam thinking but not uttering something obscene, insulting, or otherwise not for the public ear: Psst. Hey, parents! Read my lips

verb phrase

You seem to be too stupid to understand what I’m saying, so look at me very attentively and try (1980s+)

interjection

Be careful; look out (1916+)

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