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Gag

Definition of gag:

part of speech: participle

Gagging.

part of speech: verb

To forcibly stop the mouth: to silence.

part of speech: noun

Something thrust into the mouth to hinder speech.

part of speech: noun

Gagging; pa. p. gagged.

part of speech: participle

Gagged.

part of speech: verb

To apply a gag to; to silence.

part of speech: noun

Something placed in the mouth to hinder speech.

part of speech: verb

To strain, as in the effort to vomit.

part of speech: verb

To stop the mouth of; silence by physical force or by law.

part of speech: noun

Something thrust into the mouth or put over it to enforce silence.

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