Definitions

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  • adj. Having two tongues; double-tongued.
  • adj. Deceitful; two-faced.
  • adj. Possessing ability to speak two languages; bilingual.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Double-tongued; deceitful.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Double-tongued; deceitful.

Etymologies

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From two- +‎ tongued. Compare twi-tongued.

Examples

  • In this hour-long one-man show, poet and performer Luis Alfaro takes his coming-of-age memoir on stage as he digs deep into his two-tongued history and tries to figure out what makes a Latino best.

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  • A celebratory noche of vino, angel debauchery and two-tongued poesia and prose

    La Bloga

  • Yes, Gordon Brown – this son of two-faced and two-tongued clergyman – easily agreed with Turing’s petition and brought the apology.

    Making Tea For Alan Turing

  • Phebens’ two-tongued mouths meant they pronounced the Klingon language with a noticeable lisp, though Leknerf had made an effort to curtail that lisp as much as possible—if for no other reason than to avoid the inevitable gibes from Klingons on the subject.

    A Good Day To Die

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