Definition of 'gagged'
Example sentences containing 'gagged'
He was bound and gagged, wrapped in smelly tarpaulin, his body too weak to put up any kind of resistance.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Her feet firmly planted, Autumn leaned over the toilet while her stomach did rapid crescendos as she gagged with the dry heaves.ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2002)
He lit a cigarette and almost gagged on the smoke; nevertheless, he persisted until the tobacco calmed him.THE LAST RAVEN (2002)
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