Idiom: Down in the mouth
Meaning: If someone is down in the mouth, they look unhappy or depressed.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- By word of mouth
- Hand to mouth
- Word of mouth
- Bad taste in your mouth
- From the horse's mouth
- Born with a silver spoon in your mouth
- Butter wouldn't melt in their mouth
- All mouth and trousers
- Heart in your mouth
- Put your money where your mouth is
- Put your foot in your mouth
- Run your mouth off
- Bad mouth
- Foam at the mouth
- Out of both sides of your mouth
- Don't look a gift horse in the mouth
- Foot in mouth
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