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born with a silver spoon in one's mouth born to wealthy parents.
down in the mouth depressed; sad.
foot-and-mouth disease a severe, very contagious disease of animals such as sheep and cattle, characterized by fever and blisters in the mouth and around the feet or hooves, the teats, and the udder; hoof-and-mouth disease.
hand-to-mouth offering or providing only the barest necessities.
hoof-and-mouth disease see foot-and-mouth disease.
look a gift horse in the mouth to be critical of something received as a gift.
mouth off (slang) to speak obnoxiously.
mouth organ a harmonica.
mouth-to-mouth of, pertaining to, or being a method to blow air directly into the lungs of someone who is not breathing on his or her own.
put words in one's mouth to misinterpret or misrepresent what someone has said.
trench mouth an infectious ulceration of the mouth and throat caused by bacteria.