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Idioms with the word MOUTH
All of these idioms have "mouth" in them...
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You took the words right out of my mouth.
You said what I was going to say.
to put words in one's mouth
to misquote one
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
born into a rich family
to leave a nasty taste in one's mouth
to create a bad impression
to live from hand to mouth
to have a difficult life
down in the mouth
very sad /depressed
Idioms based on materials by Michael Berman from
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