Definition of gagger in English:

gagger

Syllabification: gag·ger
Pronunciation: /ˈɡaɡər
 
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noun

1A person or thing that gags, in particular.
More example sentences
  • Roll out the bunting, book the high school marching band, chill the Chateau St. Michelle, and line up the gaggers along the service bar!
  • Just wanted you to be assured that being a gagger doesn't necessarily spoil the joys of eating!
  • A throat spray with numbing action, such as over-the-counter Vicks Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray, can relieve the gag reflex in gaggers or people with a cough or asthma.
1.1A piece of iron used in a foundry mold to keep the core in place.

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