A thing designed to be put in or against the mouth
the snorkel's mouthpiece
A part of a musical instrument placed between or against the lips
The part of a telephone for speaking into
The part of a tobacco pipe placed between the lips
A person or organization that speaks on behalf of another person or organization
they become nothing more than a mouthpiece for the company
a part that goes over or into the mouth of a person; "the mouthpiece of a respirator"
an acoustic device; the part of a telephone into which a person speaks
a spokesperson (as a lawyer)
(especially boxing) equipment that protects an athlete's mouth
the tube of a pipe or cigarette holder that a smoker holds in the mouth
the aperture of a wind instrument into which the player blows directly
Mouthpiece was a New Jersey straight edge hardcore punk band from 1991 to 1996. Often seen as one of the last bands of the youth crew era, or the earliest revival of it. ...
Mouthpiece is a fictional comic book character from the golden age of comic books who was published by Quality Comics. He first appeared in Police Comics #1 (August 1941), along with the heroes Plastic Man, Firebrand, and the Human Bomb, and lasted until #13. He was created by Fred Guardineer. ...
A mouthguard (also known as a mouth protector, mouth piece or gumshield) is a protective device for the mouth that covers the teeth and gums to prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, arches, lips and gums. ...
In breathing sets, a mouthpiece is a part that the user grips in his mouth, to make a watertight seal between the breathing set and his mouth. ...
The Mouthpiece is a 1932 crime drama film directed by James Flood and Elliott Nugent.
A part of any device that functions in or near the mouth, especially of a telephone or musical instrument; A spokesman who speaks on behalf of someone else; A lawyer for the defense
A piece of plastic used to protect a fighter's teeth and prevent him from biting his tongue.
Small apparatus fitting in a performer's mouth, used to hang from another apparatus (see: Iron Jaw).
A critical piece to a brass instrument which is meant to be dropped or thrown onto grass, loud stages, and/or sometimes mud if not forgotten. Droppage of this device often results in 'shups. Also an attractant of lawn mowers.
1) An object made of brass which is often lost by brass players, 2) an object made of brass which is often stuck tight in an instrument, 3) that part of a woodwind instrument into which the reed is inserted.
the demand valve receptacle, held in the diver's mouth, at the terminus of the regulator assembly of a scuba apparatus; a similar device (without pressure stage) terminates a snorkel.
Mostly used in Hookah Bars, Mouthpieces serve as a sanitary device. This device is placed on the tip of the Hose and allows many people to smoke out of the same Hose, using different Mouthpieces.
the ability of speaking well and effectively in an y given scenario, often referred to as the “gift of gab”
The mouthpiece is all of the pipe that is not, technically, the bowl. It is made up of the lip, the draft hole, and the tenon.
Less common interface, does not provide protection against aspiration. There are lipseal mouthpieces with flanges to help hold them in place if patient is unable.
The mouthpiece of the e-cig looks like the traditional butt-end of a regular cigarette. It normally contains the wick and e juice.
Plastic tips are often used in hookah lounges for sanitary reasons, they allow multiple people to share the same hookah without needing more than one hose.
The part of the bit that goes in the horse's mouth.
noun: the part of the e-cigarette that you put in your mouth to smoke; most people consider this part the cartridge but the word is necessary because the actual cartridge (polyester batting stuffed in a mini tube) is inside the mouthpiece