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Definitions of gag:

part of speech: noun

Instrument keeping jaws apart.

part of speech: noun

1. To retch; to cause to retch or heave. 2. An instrument adjusted between the teeth to keep the mouth from closing during operations on the tongue or in the throat.

Usage examples for gag:

  • Does anybody here know how to gag a man? "Soldiers of Fortune", Richard Harding Davis
  • " They mun gag me first," cried Sainton. "The Great Mogul", Louis Tracy
  • As he reached the bottom I flung myself upon him, clasping him round the body and arms, and lifted him off his feet, at the same time singing out to Hardy to gag him; and in another minute we had him securely bound, hand and foot, and lashed hard and fast into a hammock. "The Log of a Privateersman", Harry Collingwood

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