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Definition of "gagged" []

  • Past participle of gag (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "gagged" in a sentence
  • "The junk heads into a slough emptying into San Rafael Creek, then to the mouth of the creek where Jack, tied and gagged, is taken ashore on one of the Marin Islands and there cuts his bonds with broken clam shells."
  • "The midshipmen on board gagged from the stench of jet fuel — a planeload of unburned kerosene rising from shattered tanks on the ocean floor, about 250 feet below."
  • "These include efforts to: present the pronouncements of the President to be inconsistent, and at odds with established ANC policy; cover matters relating to the President's pending court case in a manner that undermines the principle of presumption of innocence; suggest conflict between the President, Deputy President and Treasurer General; make various other claims about Officials being "gagged", former NEC members being targeted for "dodgy deals", and the inaccurate reporting of"