Funny; cleverly amusing; jokey: MediHEAT’s A Little Comfort (gaggy name, oh well) (1990s+)
[geyj] /geɪdʒ/ noun 1. something, as a glove, thrown down by a medieval knight in token of challenge to combat. 2. Archaic. a challenge. 3. Archaic. a pledge or pawn; security. verb (used with object), gaged, gaging. 4. Archaic. to pledge, stake, or wager. [geyj] /geɪdʒ/ noun, verb (used with object), gaged, gaging. (chiefly in […]
[gag-man] /ˈgægˌmæn/ noun, plural gagmen. 1. a person who writes comic material for public performers. 2. a comedian who uses a patter of jokes and funny remarks.
noun 1. any law restricting freedom of the press, free speech, or the right of petition. 2. .
noun 1. a court order banning reporters, attorneys, and other parties involved in a case before a court of law from reporting on or publicly disclosing anything relating to the case.