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tounge (plural tounges)
- 1380, John Wyclif, English works (1880 edition by the Early English Text Society)
- He schal make his tounge cleue faste to þe roof of his mouþ.
- 1536, Register of Riches, in Edward Ledwich, Antiquitates Sarisburienses; or, the history and antiquities of old and new Sarum (1771)
- Having ... two white Leopards and two dragons facing them as going to engage, their tounges are done in curiousest wyse.
- 1562, John Heywood, Woorkes. A dialogue conteynyng prouerbes and epigrammes
- Thy tounge runth before thy wit.
- 1990, Phyllis Fichtelman Nentwich, Intravenous Therapy
- Rough, dry tounge