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Sentence count:118+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: jestjokemufflemuzzlerestrainsilenceSimilar words: engagelong agoengagedbaggagemortgageengage inengaged inengagementMeaning: [gæg]  n. 1. a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter 2. restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting. v. 1. prevent from speaking out 2. be too tight; rub or press 3. tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them 4. make jokes or quips 5. struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake 6. cause to retch or choke 7. make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit. 
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1. The foul smell made her gag.
2. Each gag was rewarded with a generous belly-laugh.
3. His captors had put a gag of thick leather in his mouth.
4. They tied him up and put a gag on him.
5. Her hands and feet were tied and a gag placed over her mouth.
6. The stench of rotting meat made him gag.
7. The robbers rammed the gag in her mouth.
8. The clown panicked the audience with a gag.
9. Just the smell of liver cooking makes me gag.
10. There was this running gag about a penguin.
11. There was this running gag about a penguin ( = they kept telling penguin jokes ).
12. It was a bit of a running gag in the show.
12. try its best to collect and build good sentences.
13. The new censorship laws are an attempt to gag the press.
14. Cattelan's work is a see-once-then-forget-it gag.
15. In the midst of them, a gag tied tightly about her mouth, was a woman.
16. Treat the gag programs and animated cards that tend to circulate around the festive season, with utmost caution.
17. His scream was muffled by the gag; the sound was like a child shrieking inside a locked room.
18. Or does he want to gag free speech and have every tabloid newspaper supporting the Tory party?
19. The long rubber stomach tube, the wooden gag with its leather straps to buckle behind the horns.
20. The judge in the case has clamped a gag order on all participants and seems very serious about it.
21. The gang tied up the security guard and put a gag in his mouth.
22. The new laws are seen as an attempt to gag the press.
23. Two days dead, the body was beginning to putrefy and the stench made both Benjamin and myself gag.
24. A Republican abortion rights group calls it a virtual gag order.
25. His blue eyes implored her to take off the gag.
26. Like all the other newspaper publishers in the city, Harrison Gray Otis had been operating under a self-imposed gag rule.
27. As soon as the cold water hit my sinuses, I started to gag and panic.
28. The price of these tickets is enough to make anyone gag.
29. Some first-time eaters may become alarmed as this happens, thinking they have somehow become the victim of a time-lapse photography gag.
30. He also argued family planning clinics should not be bound by a gag order preventing them from counseling patients on abortion.
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