Idiom: bad mouth (someone)
— I heard you were bad mouthing me so if you have a problem tell me right now.
— I really hate it when my uncle bad mouths my aunt when I stay with them—it makes me feel so uncomfortable.
— My mother said that if she catches me bad mouthing anyone again, online or offline, she'll take away my cell phone.
— I'm in so much trouble. I think my boss overheard me bad mouthing him today in the lunchroom.
— Is this an office or a junior high school? I can't believe how many people bad mouth each other here. It's so unprofessional.
— I told my children I didn't want to hear them bad mouth anyone again.
— My daughter is really upset because some of the girls at school were bad mouthing her just because she made the cheerleading team and they didn't.
— The president of the United States routinely bad mouths everyone. What is going on?
— Why would I bad mouth you? Don't believe these viscous rumors.
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