Adjective "Gag" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Gag


    Definition:

    1. to stop up the mouth of (a person) by putting something in it, thus preventing speech, shouts, etc.

    2. to restrain by force or authority from freedom of speech; silence.

    3. to fasten open the jaws of, as in surgical operations.

    4. to cause to retch or choke.

    5. Metalworking. to straighten or bend (a bar, rail, etc.) with a gag. verb (used without object), gagged, gagging.

    6. to retch or choke. noun

    7. something put into a person's mouth

    Origin:
    gag

    Examples:

    "people can be gag on ropes."

    "people can be gag."