tongue-tied

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tongue-tied (comparative more tongue-tied, superlative most tongue-tied)

  1. (idiomatic) Unable to express oneself clearly or fluently; at a loss for words.
    If you have never practiced at interviewing for a job, you are likely to have a few tongue-tied moments during your first interview.
  2. Suffering from tongue-tie or ankyloglossia.

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