tongue-tied


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tongue-tied

(tŭng′tīd′)
adj.
Affected with tongue-tie.
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The Amazing Spider-Man's Andrew Garfield was almost left tongue-tied after being asked which other celebrity couple he and girlfriend Emma Stone would go on a double date with.
Where a tongue-tied baby is having difficulty breastfeeding, but mother and baby are not referred to an appropriately skilled carer, the problem can escalate to the baby being under-fed, failing to gain weight (with all associated sequelae) and great distress in the mother/parents.
Tongue-tied and lip-tied infants may develop significant breastfeeding problems impacting both the mother and the infant.
Rizaov, disappointedly, comments that he respected Ivanov greatly and had great hopes that finally the true president of the Republic of Macedonia would appear on the political scene but unfortunately it was not this tongue-tied double.
It tells the extraordinary true story of her French grandmother's romance with a tongue-tied English teacher from Staffordshire.
The consultant explained that a trial in Southampton had now found that tongue-tied babies were unable to breastfeed, with a 95 per cent improvement in newborns that had the tongue cut to untie it.
PARENTS Nicola Wright and Simon Flint were lost for words when they found out their newborn baby was literally tongue-tied.
In matters of the spirit, we seem always to become tongue-tied, as if lacking in spirited confidence.
Mutawahej is tongue-tied for the first time at Great Leighs (5.
CHILDREN are too embarrassed to tell adults about their problems and often get tongue-tied, according to a survey.
Single selection Maps is the song that will propel the troubadour to the next level, a self-deprecating and tongue-tied love song that is easily the album's highpoint.
The Dr Who star said he got tongue-tied when asked to master a Midlands accent early in his acting career.