tongueless[ tuhng ]SEE DEFINITION OF tongueless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TONGUELESS
The sorrow which has a voice is less crushing than that which is tongueless.
Ever since then the tongueless lioness has been the emblem of silence.
His escort looked at him, opened his mouth, and showed Grant he was tongueless.
For I spoke no word, but dumb as a tongueless man, I allowed myself to be knocked backward into the box.
Thou didst love Geordie Dempster; and thy love was weak indeed, if it is to be scared by brainless tongues or tongueless skulls.
Interesting details, perhaps, without which the nine in ten might as well be tongueless or tongue-tied for ever.
In a horrid, tongueless way, Stock fired the other to act, and staggered back into the cabin.
And his eye was the true soldier's eye, comprehending by signs, investing with life what was tongueless else.
She saw him come hopping from rock to rock, his wagging finger, shapeless face, tongueless voice.
This District ought to have one representative in Congress, a representative with a right to speak—not a tongueless dummy.