tongue[ tuhng ]SEE DEFINITION OF tongue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TONGUE
A portly burgher was he, friendly of tongue and free of purse.
Often it has been on the tip of my tongue, and then it slipped away from me.
Except for a very few words we do not know what sort of tongue it was.
Neither did Lizzie, though her tongue was a whip for Connie.
The tongue is a fire, but there is a stronger fire than the tongue.
And yet it was a coward's blow, and one to stir the blood and loose the tongue of the most peaceful.
It had been ready upon his tongue to tell him all when Sir Oliver had broken in upon them.
"Keep your tongue still, or it will be the worse for you," shouted the most drunken of the archers.
Hold your tongue, simpleton; it is not for you to control the decrees of the faculty.
Probably he had a name in his own tongue, but we called him White Quiver.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TONGUE
- double talk
- mother tongue
- native tongue
- oral communication
- vocal expression