She choked down a mouthful of food.
He stared at her intently while he chewed a mouthful of food.
She swam as far from the beach as she could, expelled her breath, then drew in a mouthful of water.
Pete sprayed a mouthful of coffee with his snicker.
She downed a mouthful, grimacing at the burn that went down her throat and all the way to her gut.
The first mouthful tasted like bitter honey and she drank the bottle down, sighing again.
Any other time she probably would have let him grab a mouthful to munch on his way down, but the storm was getting closer faster than she anticipated.
Almost like the cat's eyes, who snatched a mouthful of food and ducked under the bed again.
Care and diligence is taken in the kitchen, so each bit of meat and fish when combined with a mere half a spoonful of rice is equal to one mouthful.
Yes it may be a mouthful to say, but besides offering a ton of room, you'll love the exclusively designed recessed telescope handle and patented soft-grip!
She lifted her canteen from the wagon and took a mouthful.
fragrant aromas make way for a crisp mouthful of tingling fruit flavors.
chewing each mouthful thoroughly.
I had just taken a mouthful of some of the hottest chili I'd ever tasted when Keith was presented to me.
In fact, a sip tasted like a mouthful of fruit cobbler.
Frequently, the mule would lurch forward to snatch a mouthful of wild fennel.
Then the pup leaped up and grabbed a mouthful of Cherokee's belly fur and hung on.
True there are Gudgeon in these places of specimen proportions that can engulf a pretty hunky piece of meet or a mouthful of maggots.
laughing gear around a yummy, moreish mouthful!
lurch forward to snatch a mouthful of wild fennel.
mouthful of gold teeth emerged from her shack and produced a notebook.
mouthful of abuse and foul language.
mouthful of food at meal times.
mouthful of fresh red fruits, with a solid tannic structure and a long harmonious finish.
mouthful of water.
Rather, they are to be savored, mouthful by mouthful.
I spent the whole day without eating anything; I could not swallow a mouthful.
When drawn from the heap the boy was chewing a mouthful of popcorn and both his hands were full of it.
Imagine stopping and inhibiting our usual reactions and so being present while eating mouthful by mouthful.
Here he is sitting on the edge of some pots which were waiting to be planted up, and enjoying every mouthful.
The last mouthful is still good, three days later.
Which would have been a real mouthful in real life, but bloody impressive on a letter of recommendation!
What you get on the first mouthful is what you get all the way down.
Superb nose, wonderful fruit, a big mouthful which stops very quickly.
How can the smallest mouthful of a meal you have enjoyed be too much.
Seductive bright strawberry and redcurrant mouthful, witha pinch of spice.
Wow, what a mouthful, I'd have liked to have seen their headed notepaper!
swallow a mouthful.
Remember how they used to stick to the paper bag - so you got a mouthful of sherbet lemon and paper?
Of course, by the time your baby celebrates his second birthday, he'll have a mouthful of teeth.
It can improve your health in many ways, and nowadays you won't have to suffer through a mouthful of goopy oil to enjoy its benefits!
Yes, it's certainly a mouthful to say, but once you see the genius of this purse, you'll have to have it!
This may sound like a marketing mouthful, but there is a reason why the "Genesis" cheer shoe won the SITA best new product in 2005.
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