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Well, let’s just say that sometimes God will get your friends in on the gag because I’m sure my friends are laughing now.

Or maybe Alibaba is doing what other companies are doing in China: gagging itself and its customers to appease the apparatchiks.

Why is the U.S. government initiating this new round of forced gagging?

The cruel practice of forced nasograstic-tube gagging of tied-down persons who have never had a trial is not an American value.

The gagging can be extreme, even when patients are relaxed and cooperating by swallowing repeatedly during the procedure.

Valle allegedly admitted he would “really get off knocking her out, tying up her hands and bare feet, and gagging her.”

And now his gagging screech resolved itself into articulate speech.

One of the soldiers, with the aid of his scarf, succeeded in gagging the duke, who was thus prevented from speaking.

The master said that I was, and after the gagging and drugging it is very probable.

Ross stooped to drag him from the plate and began binding and gagging him with lengths torn from his kilt.

With equal swiftness he dropped it on the sidewalk, growling and gagging at the warm feathers which almost choked him.

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On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gagging, such as: muzzle, constrain, choke, suppress, obstruct, and shy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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