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Definition of Mush mouth

Mush mouth

  • This style of speech comes from prolonged days of no sleep caused by whatever ailments may afflict you. We are still trying to decipher its herbage, but the words seem to slur together in a new form of speech

    Last edited on Jan 11 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 11 2018.

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