Tongued In A Sentence

Definition of Tongued

Resembling a tongue. | (in combination) Having a particular manner of speaking. | simple past tense and past participle of tongue

How To Use Tongued In A Sentence?

  • The top should be made of three boards, either tongued and grooved, or doweled and glued together.
  • Nearly all of them were hopelessly ignorant, likely material for a fiery tongued orator and plausible propagandist.
  • The thicker floors of 7/8 inch and upwards are frequently made with tongued and grooved joints and blind nailed.
  • The box was made of tongued and grooved boards, and one of these in the front could be slipped out, thus forming a door.
  • Considering a moment he shoved the glass back again, while Old John tongued his lips in anticipation of a treat.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Tongued | Tongued Sentence

  • That sharp-eyed, razor tongued young devil, Dick, is just across the hall.

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