From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput words into somebody’s mouthput words into somebody’s mouthspokenCHANGE/MAKE something DIFFERENT to tell someone what you think they are trying to say, in a way that annoys themWill you stop putting words into my mouth – I never said I disliked the job. →word
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put words into somebody’s mouth• I didn't mean that at all -- you're just putting words into my mouth!• You're putting words into her mouth. You don't know what she thinks.• Stopputting words into my mouth - I never said I disliked the job.• Stop trying to put words into my mouth.