• Someone who has a big mouth talks too much, especially about things that should be kept a secret.

  • To be a person who tells secrets; to be a gossiper.

  • An indiscreet or boastful person.

1. I knew I shouldn’t have mentioned the divorce, I have such a big mouth!

 

2. Helen and her big mouth! Everyone will know about the surprise party.

 

3. I told Ben he had a big mouth when I found out he told everyone about my secret.

 

4. My aunt has a big mouth. She talks about everyone behind their backs.

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