Word:

Mouthful

Mouth´ful
n.1.As much as is usually put into the mouth at one time.
2.Hence, a small quantity.
3.A statement that has a profound truth in it; as, you said a mouthful!
Noun1.Mouthfulmouthful - the quantity that can be held in the mouth
2.mouthful - a small amount eaten or drunk; "take a taste--you'll like it"
Synonyms: taste
bellyful, bit, bite, bolus, bumper, capacity, champ, charge, chaw, chew, chomp, chunk, complement, cram, crush, cud, fill, full house, full measure, gnash, gob, hard words, high-sounding words, hunk, jam up, jawbreaker, jawtwister, lading, lexiphanicism, load, long word, lump, morsel, munch, nibble, nip, pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, polysyllabism, quid, sesquipedalian word, sesquipedalianism, sesquipedality, skinful, snap, snootful, spoonful, swallow, technical jargon, two-dollar word
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mouth bow
Mouth friend
Mouth glass
mouth harp
mouth hole
Mouth honor
mouth off
mouth organ
Mouth pipe
Mouth-footed
Mouth-made
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
mouth-watering
mouthbreeder
Mouthed
Mouther
-- Mouthful --
Mouthless
mouthlike
mouthpart
Mouthpiece
mouthwash
mouton
Movability
Movable
movable barrier
movable feast
Movable letter
Movableness
Movables
Movably
Move
move around
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