The British Idiom – All mouth
Definition of All mouth
A derivative of “all mouth and no trousers”, “all mouth” means to boast about what you intend to do but to have no intention of acutually doing it.
Examples of Usage of All mouth
Don’t worry about it. He’s all mouth! Knocked out in the first minute of the first round, the challenger was seen to have been all mouth.
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