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mouthful (n.)

early 15c., "as much as a mouth can hold," from mouth (n.) + -ful. Meaning "a lot to say" is from 1748.

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Definitions of mouthful from WordNet

mouthful (n.)
the quantity that can be held in the mouth;
mouthful (n.)
a small amount eaten or drunk;
Synonyms: taste
From wordnet.princeton.edu