Synonyms for Gag:


bloated, carsick, airsick, bilious, come up, garrote, chuck up, obstruct, bring up, cloy. hush, scheme, subterfuge, ruse, ploy, dirty tricks, silence, suppress, constrain, quiet, hoax, dodge. excite, frisky, arouse, desire, randy, sicken, on the pull, want, excited, hot. handcuff, tie up, ha-ha, harness, funny, shackle, yoke, truss, chain, tether, witticism. holder, cable, clip, rubber band, cord, twine, string, safety belt, rope. embargo, spike. artifact (noun)
communication (noun)
jest, laugh, jape, joke.
gag (noun)
joke, choke, retch, laugh, muzzle, fret, heave, yak, quip, strangle, jest, wheeze, jape, suffocate.
practical joke (noun)
jest, witticism, quip, ruse, hoax.
silence (noun)


body (verb)
contact (verb)
perception (verb)
silence, stop up (verb)
garrote, muzzle, constrain, choke, quiet, suppress, obstruct.
vomit, choke (verb)
retch, sicken, heave.

Other synonyms:

ha-ha, handcuff. harness, witticism, embargo, shackle. quiet. truss. tie up. funny. spike. Other relevant words:
garrote, hush, ha-ha, suppress, silence, hoax, bring up, chuck up, truss, witticism, obstruct, sicken, yoke, shackle, cord, tie up, chain, ruse, funny, quiet, tether, harness, constrain, handcuff, spike.

Usage examples for gag

  1. I'd sooner gag you than not, if you give me another chance." – Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter by Lawrence L. Lynch
  2. Stripping off her sash, Penny gave it to Jerry to use as a gag – Danger at the Drawbridge by Mildred A. Wirt
  3. " Gag him so he can't holler his head off, and then take him along- when I've got my money back," Bud panted. – Cow-Country by B. M. Bower