Pronunciation of Gag
/ɡˈaɡ/, /ɡˈaɡ/, /ɡ_ˈa_ɡ/

Synonyms for gag:

Sense 1 (noun)

airsick, bilious, bloated, bring up, carsick, cloy, come up, garrote, obstruct, chuck up.

Sense 2 (noun)

constrain, dirty tricks, dodge, hoax, hush, ploy, quiet, ruse, scheme, silence, subterfuge, suppress.

Sense 3 (noun)

arouse, desire, excite, excited, frisky, hot, randy, sicken, want, on the pull.

Sense 4 (noun)

chain, funny, ha-ha, handcuff, harness, shackle, tether, truss, witticism, yoke, tie up.

Sense 5 (noun)

cable, clip, cord, holder, rope, rubber band, safety belt, string, twine.

Sense 6 (noun)

embargo, spike.

gag (noun)

choke, fret, heave, jape, jest, joke, laugh, muzzle, quip, retch, strangle, suffocate, wheeze, yak.

practical joke (noun)

drollery, hoax, jest, quip, ruse, trick, wile, wisecrack, witticism, crack.

silence (noun)


silence, stop up (verb)

balk, bottle up, choke, constrain, cork, cork up, curb, deaden, demur, garrote, muffle, muzzle, obstruct, quiet, repress, restrain, shut down, shy, squash, squelch, stifle, still, stumble, suppress, throttle, put the lid on, tape up, tongue-tie, keep the lid on.

vomit, choke (verb)

disgorge, gasp, heave, nauseate, pant, puke, retch, sicken, spew, strain, struggle, throw up, be nauseated.

Sense 1

burke, fetter, ha-ha, handcuff, manacle, restrain, rope up.

Sense 2

embargo, harness, hobble, shackle, witticism, hogtie.

Sense 3

quiet, squelch.

Sense 4

bit, cuff, quench, truss.

Sense 5

bind, tie up.

Sense 6


Sense 7


Sense 9



hinder, trammel.

Usage examples for gag:

Idioms for gag:

  • gag on sth;

Rhymes for gag:

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