verb (used with object), muz·zled, muz·zling.
Origin of muzzle
Words nearby muzzle
Example sentences from the Web for muzzled
Troops are on the streets, the media is muzzled, and the already weak caretaker government has been further marginalized.
She had thought it legal as the greyhounds were muzzled and the magistrate gave her an absolute discharge.The Week in Death: Clarissa Dickson Wright, One of ‘Two Fat Ladies’|The Telegraph|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Released but not free, the famed Chinese artist is out of jail but muzzled and constrained by the government.
When we went to tea or dinner with these people Jimmie and I had to be dragged along like dogs who are muzzled for the first time.Abroad with the Jimmies|Lilian Bell
She whinnied and muzzled me all over as I put the saddle on her and drew the girths tight.A Tramp's Notebook|Morley Roberts
Every means of subduing and restraining him was adopted; he was muzzled, blindfolded, and hobbled.
One pine has rolled against the long brown fur of a muzzled bear.Letters of Travel (1892-1913)|Rudyard Kipling
Then they stopped, and, after they had muzzled the ponies, the young Ogalala issued his instructions.White Otter|Elmer Russell Gregor