n.1.a person who causes trouble by speaking indiscretely.
2.Aperson who is loud-mouthed.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Craig Revel Horwood tells Square Eyes: "Karen is doing the Strictly tour with me so we will test her out there - if she fails at that and is too loud-mouth then she's out."
Summary: When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on Tuesday for a new world order and blamed capitalism as the immediate cause of poverty around the world at the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) summit held in New York, many among us couldn't hide a faint smirk of amusement at another set of blunt remarks by the loud-mouth leader
Loud-mouth Vlastimir Vuckovic was given his marching orders by rail bosses just ve minutes after appearing on a TV confessions show bragging about romping with a passenger as his train sped between Nis and Belgrade.
IT'S 60 minutes of loud-mouth shouting from pub landlord Al.
He arrived on the Street in June, 1997, with loud-mouth wife Leanne and daughters Janice and Toyah.
Much more important is the loud-mouth platform it gives a few Tories (how else would David Davies have got himself known?) when the party's presence on our nation's political map is otherwise minute, as it almost always is.
cheat Major Charles Ingram and his accomplice wife are to launch their TV careers with the unlikely help of Big Brother loud-mouth Jade Goody.
YOU wouldn't think that normally docile BBC Radio 2 listeners are prone to media-rage, but they're foaming about the replacement of disc jockey Johnny Walker (who's retiring) with the loud-mouth Chris Evans for the drive-time show.
In his trademark baseball cap, the loud-mouth American writer will be giving his social commentary with a vicious twist of satire.
But the actor, who is playing Buttons in panto in Ayr, loves playing the loud-mouth Londoner.
And it was the unique characters of high-heel, sari-wearing Kemal, eccentric Derek and loud-mouth Science who made this Big Brother a melting pot of madness.
Not to mention loud-mouth name-droppers, mobile phone pests and chewing gum dispensers.