Silver tongue is an expression used to describe a person who has a clever way with words. The phrase is mentioned in Proverbs 10:20 as a tongue that belongs to a just person (one who is upright in word and deed).
Silver tongue may also refer to:
In art and literature:
- Silvertongue, the third book in Charlie Fletcher's Stoneheart trilogy
- Silvertongue, the lawyer in Hogarth's prints Marriage à-la-mode
- Silvertongue, a nickname for Mortimer Folchart in Cornelia Funke's Inkheart trilogy
- Silvertongue, the surname earned by Lyra Belacqua in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials
- "Silver Tongue", a song by Humble Pie from their 1969 album Town and Country
- "Silver Tongue", a song by Screaming Trees from their 1996 single All I Know
- "Silver Tongue", a song by Sonata Arctica from their 2003 album Winterheart's Guild
- "Silver Tongue", a song by Deep Purple from their 2003 album Bananas
- "Silver Tongues", a song by James Hall from his 1993 album My Love, Sex, and Spirit
- "Silver-Tongue Devil", a song by Cherry Poppin' Daddies from their 1996 album Kids on the Street
- "Silver Tongue Show", a song by Groundation from their 2002 album Hebron Gate
In video games:
- Silver Tongue is the name of an achievement a player can earn in Deus Ex: Human Revolution
- Silver-Tongued Devil is an achievement a player can earn in "Fallout 3"
- Silver Tongues, a 2011 movie by Simon Arthur
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