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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ungag.


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  • In any event, I can't wait for Craig to be "ungagged" by his lawyers so he may share his views on the matter.

    Safe Stall Sex: The Larry Craig Defense

  • M&G editor Ferial Haffajee said the "ungagged" version was wrapped around the "gagged" version of the newspaper, which had already been printed by the time the urgent interdict brought by

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The five members of the duty detail stepped forward and cut Sacyrt's bonds, and ungagged him, lowered his unconscious form on the ground before the railing.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • He ungagged me and stood in front of me to explain that he was going to leave for a short while.

    The Dead House

  • Whoever captured him seemed to have planned ahead sufficiently to ensure that an ungagged mouth was not merely an oversight.

    The Better Man

  • He as the one, incidentally, who had unhooded and ungagged me in this house.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • I had not been unhooded, and ungagged, incidentally, until I had been inside the tavern, in a slave receiving room.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • In a few Ehn I turned to the blond captive and ungagged her, carefully removing the gag binding and drawing the wet packing from her mouth.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • Suddenly the flaps were parted and Major Massamo and his two soldiers, untied and ungagged, were lowered from the tailboard.


  • Thank God they pushed on across the river, after we ungagged Frank he broke all our heart's trying to shove his colt45 into our hand's begging for the (Coup-De-Grace) bullet of mercy, he was a southern Baptist

    Zollicoffer, Franklin


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