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Synonyms for gag

muzzle

retch

be gagging for something or be gagging to do something

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words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

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restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting

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prevent from speaking out

tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them

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make jokes or quips

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struggle for breath

cause to retch or choke

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make an unsuccessful effort to vomit

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These gagging clauses are having a chilling effect on whistleblowers," said Barclay, who is a member of the Public Accounts committee.
But even after Commons Speaker John Bercow confirmed reports of the proceedings were protected by privilege the high court rejected two bids by a newspaper's lawyers to lift the gagging order.
THE MINISTRY of Defence has taken out a gagging order against a former squaddie who lifted the lid on how spooks let a soldier die in an IRA attack.
One senior party official said: "Agreeing to tell his story was a mistake but people are more annoyed over the gagging claims.
Dear Gagging Grandma: Since parents have the last word, you can do little about this overindulgence except vow not to add to it.
The Sunday People is going back to court in an attempt to overturn the gagging order by Mr Justice Jack.