At last the fear struck man found his tongue
, and, though his eyes never left the menacing figure of the grim, iron-clad outlaw, he addressed the master of Leybourn; shrieking in a high, awe emasculated falsetto:
Jones, though perhaps the most astonished of the three, first found his tongue
; and being immediately recovered from those uneasy sensations which Molly by her upbraidings had occasioned, he burst into a loud laughter, and then saluting Mr Square, advanced to take him by the hand, and to relieve him from his place of confinement.
Kit, in the relief of having made his proposition, found his tongue
loosened, and spoke out in its favour with his utmost eloquence.
our silent clerk has found his tongue
," said one of the woodmen.
"And there's more, besides," went on Horne Fisher, who seemed to have suddenly found his tongue
. "If we want country people to vote for us, why don't we get somebody with some notion about the country?
"It's an awfully big frog," he said, glad that he had found his tongue
No wonder, then, Newcastle United's manager found his tongue
when asked about Taylor's performance against Manchester City which defied rational belief.
The meal commenced and the conversation began with "It surely has been hot this summer, hasn't it?" This was followed by the usual response by everyone that, "Yes, it surely has!" Reggie found his tongue
and asked, "Is it usually this hot here in August?"
Malcolm voted to support the Scottish Executive in favour of the Iraq war one day, but found his tongue
in opposition a few days later when it made absolutely no difference.
Suddenly, he has found his tongue
again and is waxing lyrical about the FA's new pounds 30m National Football Centre in East Staffordshire.
The Great Lie by Myrrha Stanford-Smith 'Come to the fire, sir, you must be shrammed with cold.' Her voice was low and pleasant, and Nick was relieved of cloak and cap and settled in a chair by the fire before he had found his tongue
After landing on neighbouring Harris, he found his tongue
and launched into a tirade of abuse against the BBC.