The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tonguy \Tongu"y\, a. Ready or voluble in speaking; as, a tonguy speaker. [Written also tonguey.] [Colloq.]
a. fluent or voluble in speech; loquacious; garrulous.
Usage examples of "tonguey".
She just wanted him here, in his favorite spot on her couch, where she could lay her head in his lap, maybe bite his thigh or nuzzle his crotch until his wonderful, monstrous cock strained to break through his zipper, strained for her wet, tonguey kisses, for her body, until they fell to the nearest rug, tore their clothes open and did it, hot and fast, hard and sweaty, like wrestlers with an itch to get pinned.