Run Off at the Mouth

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To talk continuously without any interruptions

Etymology:

  • This is primarily an African-American phrase. The verb “to run” is usually associated with water that can flow in a quicker manner. Now imagine that an overflow of words coming out from the mouth of someone. 
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Andrea always runs off at the mouth and she’s quite well known for it.

Submitted on February 25, 2019

Additional definitions for 'Run Off at the Mouth':

run off at the mouthTo talk excessively.
run off at the mouthTo speak in a disrespectful manner about somebody.
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    Daniel
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    Karen
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