Any reasoning thou hast to come down with, us will hearken, as we goes along; if so be that thou keepest to a civil tongue.
You haven't seen the end of it either, if you don't keep a civil tongue in your head.
You keep a civil tongue in your head, young man,” growled out one of the party in English, “unless you want to feed the crows!
You tell her to keep a civil tongue in her head, and all will go well.
But as you know how to keep a civil tongue in your head, I will show you that I can appreciate courtesy.
I advise you to keep a civil tongue and consider your position, or I'll make a beggar of you.
We would never have done it if he would have kept a civil tongue.
Keep a civil tongue in your head and if you don't mind 'em they'll soon quit.
Keep a civil tongue in your head, or 'twill surely be bad for you!
“Keep a civil tongue in your head, my fine fellow,” he said.