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muzzle

noun as in covering for control

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My owner was horrified, and he took off the muzzle, and I am sure he felt awful that he put me through such a dreadful ordeal.

Then, five minutes later, I was outside with no muzzle eating cicadas.

The mask my mother-in-law puts on the dog statue outside her front door keeps getting ripped from his muzzle.

The wild grass beyond his muzzle looked parched enough to burst into flames if you glanced at it wrong.

I was trying to invent a kid-friendly mask that wouldn’t easily slip off little ears and I accidentally created a cotton muzzle.

Control Room Sook Shoot Out -- some editorial changes and some VFX muzzle flashes.

Biden is such a straight shooter that pundits say he needs a muzzle.

Suddenly, the darkness came alive with muzzle flashes and tracer rounds.

The result of the back-and-forth was guaranteed national publicity for the very ideas the politicians wanted to muzzle.

He pointed the muzzle at Jones and pulled the trigger, shooting him in the head with a fatally real bullet.

He turned at the sound of my voice with vastly more concern than he'd betrayed under the muzzle of Piegan's gun.

It was a hippopotamus which had been standing on the river-brink within six yards of the muzzle of his gun.

The gunner's seat moved with the carriage, from which he could elevate or depress the muzzle by a lever.

Then, lifting its head and muzzle to the sky, it opened its long jaws and gave vent to a dismal and prolonged howling.

He laughed, stooped over Black Hood, pressed the muzzle of his gun to the manhunter's forehead.

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On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to muzzle, such as: cage, cover, envelope, gag, guard, and sheath.

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

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