How Do You Spell Tongue?

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Tongue can be a tricky word to spell. The tongue is made up of many different muscles that help people to speak, chew, and eat. The tongue is anchored to the bottom of the mouth by the frenulum.
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The conventional spelling is tongue.
tongue
[tuhng]
NOUN
1.
Anatomy the usually movable organ in the floor of the mouth in humans and most vertebrates, functioning in eating, in tasting, and, in humans, in speaking.
2.
Zoology an analogous organ in invertebrate animals.
3.
the tongue of an animal, as an ox, beef, or sheep, used for food, often prepared by smoking or pickling.
4.
the human tongue as the organ of speech: No tongue must ever tell the secret.
5.
the faculty or power of speech: a sight no tongue can describe.
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