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<1,,5392,phimoo> "to close the mouth with a muzzle" (phimos), is used (a) of "muzzling" the ox when it treads out the corn, 1 Cor. 9:9, AV, "muzzle the mouth of," RV, "muzzle," and 1 Tim. 5:18, with the lesson that those upon whom spiritual labor is bestowed should not refrain from ministering to the material needs of those who labor on their behalf; (b) metaphorically, of putting to silence, or subduing to stillness, Matt. 22:12,34; Mark 1:25; 4:39; Luke 4:35; 1 Pet. 2:15. See PEACE (hold), SILENCE.