UK [ˈblæbə(r)ˌmaʊθ] / US [ˈblæbərˌmaʊθ] noun [countable]
Word forms "blabbermouth":
singular blabbermouth plural blabbermouths informal
someone who tells people about things that should be kept secret

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • blabbermouth — labbermouth n. someone who gossips indiscreetly. Syn: blabber, tattletale, taleteller, talebearer, telltale. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • blabbermouth — 1931, from BLABBER (Cf. blabber) + MOUTH (Cf. mouth) …   Etymology dictionary

  • blabbermouth — [n] someone who talks too much babblemouth, babbler, bag of wind*, bigmouth, blabber, blabberer, blowhard*, chatterbox, chatterer, gabber, gasbag*, gossiper, gossipmonger, jabberer, loudmouth, motor mouth, squealer*, tattletale, windbag*, yapper; …   New thesaurus

  • blabbermouth — ☆ blabbermouth [blab′ərmouth΄ ] n. Informal a person who blabs …   English World dictionary

  • blabbermouth — 1. n. someone who talks too much and tells secrets. □ You are such a blabbermouth! □ See if you can keep your brother who is a blabbermouth to keep this still. 2. tv. to tell secrets in public. □ Don’t blabbermouth this to everybody …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • blabbermouth — noun /ˈblæb.ə(ɹ)ˌmaʊθ/ a gossip If it werent for that blabbermouth Sally, the principal would never have known we did it …   Wiktionary

  • blabbermouth — n Someone who talks too much. That blabbermouth told my girlfriend that he saw me with another girl. 1930s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • blabbermouth — a person who tells everything, loud mouth    Sharon that blabbermouth! She told the whole class I love Bill …   English idioms

  • blabbermouth —    Used of or to a person who talks too much, especially one who reveals things that are meant to remain secret. ‘Don’t you mention it to Christine, blabbermouth’, says one boy to another in The Taste of Too Much, by Clifford Hanley …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

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