Give Someone a Mouthful

Meaning Of Idiom ‘Give Someone a Mouthful’ To give someone a mouthful is to speak to them in a very rude, harsh, abusive, or critical way; to shout or yell at someone; to curse at someone. 1Ayto, John. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms. Oxford: Oxford U, 2010. ,2Pare, May. Body Idioms and More: For Learners of English. United … Read more

A Mouthful

Meaning of Idiom ‘A Mouthful’ A mouthful refers to words or names that are long and difficult to say or pronounce. 1Brenner, Gail Abel. Webster’s New World American Idioms Handbook. Wiley, 2003.,2Pare, May. Body Idioms and More: For Learners of English. United States?: Mayuree Pare, 2005. Usage This idiom may be confused with say a … Read more

You Said a Mouthful

Meaning of Idiom ‘You Said a Mouthful’ To say a mouthful means to say a great deal or to say something very important. When someone says “You said a mouthful” they mean “you said something very important or meaningful.” Less often, a long statement.  1Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms]. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, … Read more