tongue thrust n.
The infantile pattern of the suckle-swallow movement in which the tongue is placed between the incisor teeth or between the alveolar ridges during the initial stage of swallowing.
No voice could have spoken as that simple action spoke, no tongue thrust could have been so pointed.
His tongue thrust out: As if to say: We know well what sort of fine gentleman Buiamonte is.
Through the white mist comes a leaping figure; it is Ragnhild coming up from among the bushes, running with her tongue thrust out.
That evening Lisbeth Longfrock sat with her tongue thrust into one corner of her mouth, and wrote her response.
Some lay on their backs, with eyes starting from their heads and tongue thrust out through clotted gore.
Would you like,” said the Stevenyne, “when you are on the scaffold, to have your tongue thrust through with a red-hot iron?
Robert Bartlett in the same court in 1638 was “psented” for cursing, and swearing, and had his tongue thrust in a cleft stick.