Sentence for tongues | Use tongues in a sentence

Sentences with tongues in them. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use tongues in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for tongues.

  • If tongues must wag, let them! (8)
  • They make a crush here, and a clatter of tongues! (10)
  • I loosen a thousand tongues on him. (10)
  • I refrained from a scuffle of tongues. (10)
  • Tongues of flame danced over the words. (13)
  • He heard the yelping tongues of the cynics. (10)
  • I wish I dared; we have to bite our tongues. (10)
  • They shared it and their tongues were loosened. (8)
  • Those teeth were as voluble to him as loud tongues. (10)
  • His home would be a fortress, impregnable to tongues. (10)
  • I spoke as with tongues of flame out of the nethermost depths. (12)
  • And they would go and wag their tongues about having seen him with her, afterwards. (8)
  • Rainy dawn and the tongues of the churches ushered in the last day of street fighting. (10)
  • The thought that tongues might wag about her revolted his manhood and his sense of form. (8)
  • They turned the disaster over and over in their talk, and rolled it under their tongues. (9)
  • And she of all young ladies should have been the last to draw round her that buzz of tongues. (10)
  • At a gap in the corner of the lane he suddenly saw pale-red tongues of flame against the sunlight. (8)
  • Ultimately, on a sudden cessation of the storm of tongues, they agreed that I must have my broth. (10)
  • For there had been one, one of our biggest, beyond all tongues and trumpets and possible anticipations. (10)
  • My recollection is different; speaking from that, I should say they are no end clever with their tongues. (7)
  • He is a deep scholar, broad over tongues and dialects, European, Asiatic-a lion to me, poor little mouse! (10)
  • Those sinister tongues were licking at the air over a large barn, some ricks, and the roofs of stables and outbuildings. (8)
  • His friends indulged in their privilege of thinking what they liked, and there was the usual silence of tongues in the shop. (10)
  • You must know a language or two; but most of these gentlemen are not too well up in the tongues of the country they represent. (8)
  • She went on her knees to separate them, and enjoin peace and good-will, and their little avid tongues furiously licked her cheeks. (8)
  • Some who saw her clucked their tongues, some went by silent, others seemed to scan her as though she might be what they were looking for. (8)
  • I see all human nature now, running with gaping mouths and red tongues lolling out, their breath and their cries spouting thick before them. (8)
  • In fact, foreign faces and foreign tongues prevailed in Greenwich Village, but no longer German or even Irish tongues or faces. (9)
  • So, then, Japan has decided to renounce its language, for the adoption of the language it may choose among the foremost famous European tongues. (10)

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