• WordNet 3.6
    • n loudmouth a person who causes trouble by speaking indiscreetly
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In literature:

Hanna was in 1884 a loudmouthed Blaine follower.
"Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions" by Slason Thompson
My work is more important than having to wipe the noses of three loudmouthed sassy cadets!
"The Space Pioneers" by Carey Rockwell
The obvious solution to Noda's secrecy requirements didn't include a lengthy life span for a lot of loudmouthed gaijin.
"The Samurai Strategy" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

CNN ManagementFROM: Loudmouth Media ConsultancyRE: Pugilism.
Loudmouth Golf has signed The Brand Liaison as its global licensing agent.
Threat to Obama, or harmless loudmouth .
Loudmouth to sponsor beach volleyball team.
Loudmouth Drops New Release, Says "Goodbye".
Loudmouth Says "Goodbye" Tonight.
Loudmouth Soup Directed by Adam Watstein September 22 through 28, Two Boots Pioneer.
Live by the loudmouth , die by the loudmouth .
Mike Piazza's ' Loudmouth ' Dad Nervously Watches Mets Advance.
"A bunch of loudmouths showing off" -- that's how writer Dorothy Parker once described the bumptious circle of playwrights, critics, editors, wits and nitwits who made up the famed Algonquin Round Table.
The Square Tomatoes Crafts Fair is looking for "liars, loudmouths and drama queens" to join the storytelling crew for its next event Sunday, Oct 21.
Threat to Obama, or harmless loudmouth.
Loudmouth, and all around bad-ass Denis Leary is back with a new song for the summer.
Loudmouth Golf has signed The Brand Liaison as its global licensing agent.
He also co-hosts "Loudmouths" on Sports Net New York every weeknight at 6 ET.