Antonyms for tongue tied

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It has been seen that he was glib enough of speech, yet now he was tongue–tied.

What's the matter with you, Monsieur Courtecuisse; is your tongue tied?

But you know, brother, that you must be silent and keep your tongue tied.

The detective, naturally quick at answering, found his tongue tied in his mouth.

Jean François threw up his hands in strong amazement, consternation upon every feature, and his tongue tied by surprise.

I was prepared to overwhelm him with upbraidings for his past conduct, but found my tongue tied in his presence.

This astounding piece of confidence kept Nan's tongue tied and for a few seconds all manner of funny emotions fought within her.

There cannot be anything to my mind more essentially disagreeable than to have one's tongue tied in one's interview with friends.

Were we to follow this false teaching, we would be giving crime a free sway,—with every tongue tied against it.

A miserable consciousness that was new to her experience kept her tongue tied.