Definition of take the words out of someone's mouth in English:

take the words out of someone's mouth

phrase

  • Say what someone else was about to say.

    • ‘Maybe my headline above takes the words out of the President's mouth these days.’
    • ‘You can only mumble ‘You took the words out of my mouth… ‘quietly while the boss praises them.’’
    • ‘Natasha, that's exactly what I was about to say, you took the words out of my mouth.’
    • ‘‘You took the words out of my mouth,’ Milton smiled.’
    • ‘‘Yes,’ Efad replied, taking the words out of Justin 's mouth.’
    • ‘Mr Carter's speech took the words out of my mouth.’