Definition Of gag

verb

a device for keeping the patient's mouth open during a dental or surgical operation.

He or she preps the neonate's face and mouth and also the mouth gag in a circular manner, proceeding from the incision line circumferentially outward.

a joke or an amusing story or scene, especially one forming part of a comedian's act or in a film or play.

We're looking for jokes, gags , funny stories, pictures, whatever, but they must be your original work.

a piece of cloth put in or over a person's mouth to prevent them from speaking or crying out.

A cloth gag was put over his mouth to stop him from speaking.

choke or retch.

he gagged on the sourness of the wine

put a gag on (someone).

she was bound and gagged by robbers in her home


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Example Of gag

  • A cloth gag was put over his mouth to stop him from speaking.

  • Amy is tied down to a table with a gag in her mouth.

  • As she shouted he tried to gag her with the belt from her dressing gown.

  • ‘Why didn't I get here sooner,’ she said as she gently started to untie the gag from his mouth.

  • Cindy quickly freed the gag from Maria's mouth as Jordan removed her blindfold.


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