[ UK /mˈa‍ʊθpiːs/ ]
[ US /ˈmaʊθˌpis/ ]
  1. the tube of a pipe or cigarette holder that a smoker holds in the mouth
  2. (especially boxing) equipment that protects an athlete's mouth
  3. an acoustic device; the part of a telephone into which a person speaks
  4. the aperture of a wind instrument into which the player blows directly
  5. a spokesperson (as a lawyer)
  6. a part that goes over or into the mouth of a person
    the mouthpiece of a respirator
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How To Use mouthpiece In A Sentence

  • the clarinetist fitted a new reed onto his mouthpiece
  • He put his hand over the mouthpiece and called his wife to the phone.
  • The developers have their mouthpiece lawyers in the city council meeting every morning while the rest of us are making love or rhyming words… how you gonna fight that?
  • The air was delivered from a manual resuscitator or portable volume ventilator via a mouthpiece or nasal interface.
  • He became the official mouthpiece of the moderate leadership.
  • Remove the mouthpiece cover and place the spacer over the mouthpiece at the end of the inhaler.
  • If the characters intermittently come across as embodiments of ideas and author mouthpieces, the performances go far towards humanizing them.
  • And only a mouthpiece from a similar background with a similar dearth of experience under fire would consider using those words. Quote of the day
  • It is noteworthy that the New York Times, mouthpiece of the liberal wing of the political establishment, was far less restrained in its reaction.
  • The newspaper has become the official mouthpiece of the opposition party.
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