She mouthed, he watched it happen!
As she read, her sister Effie mouthed the words of the note from memory.
Alex straightened the feeding tube across her shoulder and watched anxiously as Matthew mouthed the nipple and feeding tube.
As she left the room she turned and mouthed 'Sorry' to her friend.
With that, he stepped off the porch and strode to his car, leaving her staring open mouthed at his retreating back.
Just business—I mouthed off about everybody, he just listened—and some chit-chat.
Quinn looked on, opened mouthed.
From 1723 to 1743 came the mealy- eighteenth mouthed despotism of Cardinal Fleury, and his century.
She pointed her index finger at him and mouthed, "Behave!"
Jackson flapped his arms and mouthed, "Goâ€¦ Go!"
Just businessâ€”I mouthed off about everybody, he just listenedâ€”and some chit-chat.
We see him change from being a chubby, loud mouthed drunkard to being a lean, mean, laconic, vengeance machine.
It's best to serve this drink in a wide mouthed glass.
Jackson flapped his arms and mouthed, "Go… Go!"
Mainstream stores are beginning to carry foul mouthed slogans and questionable images as part of their regular men's line, and it's fairly reasonable to assume most guys own at least one or two shirts their mother wouldn't allow.
You may find that your wine enjoyment increases by an investment in a wider mouth glass for red wine or a more narrow mouthed glass for white wine.
Gerry mouthed the words to Jessi then added for her ears only, "I'll take you to lunch tomorrow, if you do it."
"Give it back!" she mouthed the words and stretched for it.
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