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double–tongue

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verb dou·ble–tongue \ˌdə-bəl-ˈtəŋ\

Definition of double–tongue

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to cause the tongue to alternate rapidly between the positions for t and k so as to produce a fast succession of detached notes on a wind instrument



Circa 1900

First Known Use of double–tongue

circa 1900

Rhymes with double–tongue

adder's-tongue, Aqua-Lung, bite one's tongue, double-hung, egg foo yong, farmer's lung, hold one's tongue, mother tongue, triple-tongue, overstrung, underslung


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