What is the opposite of gag?

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Verb
Opposite of to retch or (nearly) vomit from feeling nauseous
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Opposite of to refrain from openly expressing or displaying
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Opposite of to eject matter from the stomach through the mouth
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Opposite of to vomit or retch
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Opposite of to muffle or deaden the sound of
“It is important to use speakers to amplify the volume to ensure that everyone can hear the audio on the video clips.”
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Opposite of to regulate or keep under control
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Opposite of to bring food or matter up through to the mouth
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Opposite of to restrain or repress, especially one's feelings, opinions or emotions
“He could ill afford to openly express his joy at Hedda's escape, as this surely would be looked upon by Gerhard as an act of treason.”
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Opposite of to talk humorously or flippantly (about something or someone)
“If it is difficult to speak earnestly of personal matters, to speak earnestly about public matters seems perverse.”
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Opposite of exchange remarks in a good-humoured teasing way
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Opposite of to conceal or ignore a problem expediently, rather than remedy it thoroughly
Noun
Opposite of an undertaking which goes against convention
Noun
Opposite of the quality, fact or aspect of being amusing or funny
Noun
Opposite of a mischievous practical joke
Noun
Opposite of a joke, typically a critical or unkind one
Noun
Opposite of something that causes laughter
“Debra says she needs to have a cry from time to time to make herself feel better, but Raymond doesn't necessarily buy it.”
Noun
Opposite of the state or quality of being ludicrous
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