Already that black tongue of small bodies licked across the red-haired side of the hunter.
Do you note that black tongue that is slowly stretching down from it?
The climax came in the drought year of 1901, when my loss was 50 per cent from the disease known as "black tongue."
He opened his beak, showing his black tongue, shut it, then opened it again.
I reassured them as to his dogginess, and the watchman, after studying his black tongue, ventured a witticism.
That was the last time I ever saw her for she died of black tongue.
But the kennels of the man-hunting dogs were ravaged by the black tongue, soon after the ending of the Civil War.
And he's got a black tongue, just like a pure breed Alderney cow.
Then the cattle and game began to die of thirst, and of some awful disease called “black tongue.”
"Ah'll fin' somethin' to do," the black tongue of God concluded.
black tongue n.
The presence of a blackish- to yellowish-brown patch or patches on the tongue, accompanied by elongation of the papillae. Also called melanoglossia.