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[ɡˈaɡ], [ɡˈaɡ], [ɡ_ˈa_ɡ]

Synonyms for Gag:

gag (noun)

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

Other synonyms and related words:

Bilbo, Burke, Gest, account, acoustic tile, act, act a part, acting, allegory, anecdote, antic, antiknock, aphorism, apophthegm, apothegm, article, asphyxiate, babble, back up, baffler, balk, band, bandage, banter, barb, be asphyxiated, be nauseated, be seasick, be sick, bearing rein, belch forth, belly laugh, billow, bit, biting block, blue story, blunt, boff, boffola, boggle, bon mot, bond, bonds, bottle up, brake, bridle, bring up, buckle, buffoonery, business, buy the farm, cackle, camisole, cantrip, caper, capriccio, caprice, cast, cat, cause friction, cavesson, censor, chafe, chain, chains, characterization, chat, chatter, check, chestnut, choke off, choke on, chronicle, chuck, chuck up, chuckle, chunder, clamp down on, clever remark, clog up, collar, come out, comic story, comic's bit, conceit, congest, conk, constrain, cord, cork, cork up, crack, crack down on, croak, crush, cuff, cuffs, curb, cushion, cut, cut one short, cut short, damp, damp down, dampen, dampener, damper, deaden, debrief, decease, deception, deflate, demur, detective story, dido, die, dig, dirty joke, dirty story, disable, disappear, disarm, discourage, disgorge, drollery, drop dead, drown, drown the voice, dumbfound, dumfounder, eat away, eat into, edda, edit, egest, emasculate, enact, enchain, entrammel, epic, epigram, equivoke, equivoque, erode, escapade, ethnic joke, extinguish, fable, fabliau, fairy story, fairy tale, fast one, fasten, fastening, feature, feed the fish, feel disgust, fetter, forge fetters, foul, fray, frolic, fun, funny, funny story, fuss, gage, gall, garrote, garrotte, gasp, gasp for air, gauge, geste, gesture, gibe, giggle, gnaw into, go, good one, good story, graze, gun muzzle, gunpoint, guy, gyves, ha-ha, hackamore, halter, ham, hammy acting, hamper, hamstring, hamstring incapacitate, handcuff, handcuffs, harness, headstall, heave the gorge, heave up, heft, heft up, history, hoax, hobble, hobbles, hog-tie, hoke, hokum, hold back, hold down, hopple, hopples, horror story, horseplay, howler, humor, hush, hush-hush, hushcloth, imitate, impersonation, inhibit, insufferable, insupportable, intolerable, iron, irons, irritate, jaquima, jestbook, jeu de theatre, jib, jibe, jig, jocosity, jocularity, join, joke program, jump on, keck, keep down, keep quiet, keep the lid on, keep under, kick the bucket, laughter, leading string, leading strings, leash, leg-pull, legend, lines, literary conceit, little present, lose one's lunch, manacle, martingale, measure, mimesis, mimic, mimicking, mimicry, miming, mischief, mitigate, mollify, monkeyshine, mot, muffle, muffler, mummery, mute, mystery, myth, narrative, nauseate, niggle, noisy talk, obstruct, one-liner, overacting, pacify, panic, pant, pantomiming, parable, paralyze, pass, past bearing, patter, perform, perform a part, performance, performing, perish, personate, personation, picket, piece, pillory, pin down, pinion, play, play a part, play on words, playacting, playing, pleasantry, point, pop off, portrayal, pour water on, practical joke, prank, prankster, pretense, prevent from speaking, projection, propitiate, prostrate, puke, pun, purge, put the lid on, put to silence, quash, quell, quench, quiet, quieten, quietener, rankle, rant, rascality, recital, record, recounting, reduce to silence, regorge, regurgitate, rehearse, rein, reins, reject, rejoinder, render mute, render silent, representation, repress, restrain, restraint, restraints, retort, return, return one's dinner, ribbons, riot, roguery, romance, rub, ruse, saga, sally, scratch, scream, scruple, secure, shackle, shavie, shed, shenanigan, shenanigans, shush, shut, shut down, shut down on, shut off, shut up, shy, sick, sick joke, sick up, sicken, sicken at, sidesplitter, sight gag, silence, silence cloth, silencer, sit upon, sit down on, sit on, sit upon, slapstick, sly joke, smash, smother, snaffle, snuff it, soft pedal, sordine, sordino, sound-absorbing material, soundproofing, soundproofing insulation, sourdine, spew, spew out, spew up, spiff biscuits, spiff one's biscuits, spike, spit up, sport, spout, spue, squash, squelch, stage business, stage directions, stage presence, stagery, stanch, star it, stick, stickle, stifle, still, stocks, stop, stop one's mouth, stop up, story, straightjacket, strain, strait-waistcoat, straitjacket, stranglehold, strike dumb, struggle, struggle for breath, stultify, stumble, stunt, subdue, suppress, surge, swaddle, swathe, take-in, taking a role, tale, tall story, temper, tether, thriller, throttle, throw up, tie, tie down, tie one's hands, tie up, tomfoolery, tongue-tie, toss cookies, trammel, trammels, tread the boards, tread the stage, trick, truss, truss up, unbearable, unendurable, upchuck, verify, visual joke, vomit, vomit up, waggery, warp, whodunit, wile, wind-up, wisecrack, wit, witticism, wittiness, witty remark, wordplay, wow, yack, yarn, yoke, yuk.

Rhymes for Gag:

  1. snag, drag, hag, sag, mag, slag, fag, ag, bragg, crag, lag, wag, nag, rag, stag, brag, flag, zag, bag, tag, dag;

Quotes for Gag:

  1. In the end, everything is a gag Charlie Chaplin.
  2. I would like to thank the people who encouraged me to draw army cartoons at a time when the gag man's conception of the army was one of mean ole sergeants and jeeps which jump over mountains. Bill Mauldin.
  3. Gag me with a spoon! Moon Unit Zappa.

Idioms of Gag:

  1. gag on sth;