Link to this page verb-intransitive: To play a rapidly repeated number of records on a wind tool by putting the tongue alternatively amongst the roles for t and k. noun: Duplicity; deceitfulness. a type of dwarf butcher's-broom, Ruscus Hypoglossum, of south Europe: so named from look associated with the cladodes. See Ruscus. View More others: In music, in playing the flute and certain brass instruments, such as the cornet, to apply the tongue quickly toward teeth and the difficult palate alternatively, so as to insure a brilliant execution of a staccato passage. verb: play fast notes on a wind tool Related Sources Definition for "double-tongue" To play a rapidly repeated number of records… View More Sentence for "double-tongue" A double-tongue miter_, Fig. 268, is… View More Synonym for "double-tongue" Verb Forms for "double-tongue" Hypernym for "double-tongue"