• WordNet 3.6
    • v badmouth speak unfavorably about "She badmouths her husband everywhere"
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Hilton was secretly recorded by a cabby badmouthing gay men while she was being ferried to a late-night.
I feel guilty badmouthing the drink that probably had a hand in my conception (hi, Mom and Dad), but I don't like most house frozen margaritas.
His complaint, beyond the badmouthing, is that he fears Obama and the Democrats are pushing the country toward equality in a way that will sap capitalist enterprise and lead to ruin.
Don't badmouth your friend's ex –.
"We hung out with different crowds at Crawford High and hardly ever spoke, so I don't know why all of a sudden he's badmouthing me," says rapper Professor K of the "diss track" by DJ Black Truth and Ethik.