- v. present participle of gag.
- n. A gag motion or reflex.
“I don't believe in gagging (except on those rare occasions when I've had too much to drink and feel decidedly awful) so I've added the Aberdeen-based "Scottish, British and Proud" blog to the set of links.”
“A greater deal are NOT this big, and gagging is never pretty. xx”
“Sometimes Emma's breath is so bad that I watch the carer recoil after the hug, nearly gagging from the smell.”
“Heinlein is tough, I recall gagging at the wording in To Sail Beyond the Sunset.”
“Mr Hislop, who has been fighting the so-called gagging order and challenged the injunction only last week, condemned the suppression of reporting as "a touch hypocritical".”
“Celebrities are increasingly turning to the courts to win so-called gagging orders and prevent certain details about their lives being made public.”
“In another case, Apple came under fire for allegedly asking a young British girl's family to sign a confidentiality agreement (aka a gagging order) before it would agree to refund her.”
“Walsh was also subjected to a 10-minute question and answer session by a flight attendant who accused the airline of "gagging" staff and failing to discipline auxiliary cabin crew who had allegedly disparaged customers on Facebook.”
““There was no violence, such as gagging, threatening or hitting the child,” Judge Lise Côté wrote.”
“Redundancy packages help but they rely on the benevolence of the employer and can often come with conditions, such as gagging, restrictions on trade etc.”
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