wicked tongue

wicked tongue

The tendency to speak maliciously. Watch out for Ben—he has a wicked tongue and will probably say something upsetting before the night is over, Can't you say anything nice? You have such a wicked tongue!
See also: tongue, wicked
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Some of my little ones, they raised by the someday husbands and the sometime boyfriends of the ladies my son steal away with the power of his wicked tongue and slippery hands.
Where the character is a perma-tanned chain-smoker with a sharp, wicked tongue, however, Sheila is charming, considerate and softly-spoken.
Finding a husband for Katherina proves difficult, with her vile temper and wicked tongue, and therefore Bianca's suitors decide to enlist the help of travelling salesman Petruchio.
Image Geordie comic with a wicked tongue Best Known For Her sudden rise to fame Early Life Born in 1975, she was raised in South Shields in what she describes as a typical workingclass household.
The irony of that comment was not lost on his long-suffering spouse, Beryl, so often the butt of his wicked tongue but, in reality, his life-long rock and sounding board without whom he could never have achieved his goals.
"I've done three open mic nights and supported a massively talented local band called This Wicked Tongue," Abbott revealed.
On the eve of the publication of her raucous, sexy, murderous and gripping new novel Denial (Macmillan pounds 7.99) - which, following Envy, charts the further highs and lows of Britain's five best-loved women TV stars - Coleen Nolan loosens her wicked tongue to The Ticket.
But I don't keep my wicked tongue just for big Bob.
Image: Geordie comic with a wicked tongue Best known for: Taking the comedy world by storm over the past couple of years Early life: Born in 1975 she was raised in South Shields in what she describes as a typical working-class household.
213)--and the loose morals (and wicked tongue) of Nicholas Saunderson have rendered comparisons to their ascetic and illustrious forebear frankly odious.
A pain-filled back and a wicked tongue appeared to have seen to that.
Such moments, when it was just Clary on stage armed only with his wicked tongue and razor sharp wit, were top-drawer Julian that had everyone roaring with laughter.
Some of the tales have a moralistic purpose, such as "The Wicked Tongue" by Mohammed Moulessehoul, which teaches a lesson about slander.
"He was a little guy with a wicked tongue," said Graham Friel, who led the campaign to have Molloy indicted for murder.
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