wag (one's) tongue

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wag (one's) tongue

To talk or chat. My dad is a pretty quiet guy, but when he's interested in something, he can really wag his tongue. My wife and her sister haven't seen each other in a while, so they've been wagging their tongues all day.
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before obscenely wagging his tongue at me in front of my colleagues.
The auctioneers RRAuction, who are based in New Hampshire, specialise in selling celebrity autographs and recently auctioned an autographed photo of Albert Einstein wagging his tongue for a record $74,340.
The spurt also featured a block from center Phil Jones and three 3-pointers by Mack, the last of which had him wagging his tongue and pointing to the Charlotte bench.
There's a particularly moving anecdote from Branford Marsalis, in which he recalls drummer Art Blakey playing to audiences by wagging his tongue.
Their offenses are detailed as they stand, appallingly abject, before the cowled figures of the Inquisition: For Being a Jew; For Wagging His Tongue in a Different Way; For Discovering the Movement of the Earth; For Having Been Born Elsewhere.
Soon after, the ``M-V-P'' chants were raining from the rafters and Iverson was smiling and wagging his tongue on the way to an easy fastbreak layup past Tyronn Lue.