ungag

ungag

(ʌnˈɡæɡ)
vb (tr)
to restore freedom of speech to
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The wise will ungag Egypt to allow ideas to flourish.
Back in 1960 in Rome a British football team competed and included two former Queen's Park players.Time to give refs a voice NOW that refereeing is sensibly tiered with the big boys on the big games it's time to ungag them.
Significantly, the speaker questions her own complicity, asking, "And what is my part in this?" Not only does she need to know what "structure gagged" her but also how to ungag herself.
Yet every now and then the children seem to wish to free the victim, whom they partially untie, ungag, and address with perfectly friendly gestures.