clog

[ klog, klawg ]SEE DEFINITION OF clog

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLOG

He dragged off the trap and its clog, and went clanking up the mountain.

It seemed to clog the ears, and made breathing a deeper exercise.

Then there was the clog of his body, another separate thing.

Without such a box, the sediment will be carried into and may clog the drain.

He'll haul the clog along, but he won't get many miles with it.

Bring me that log over there, and I'll fasten it to the chain for a clog.

Congress mean as little as possible to clog you with instructions.

They feel as though a burden were lifted off them, a clog removed.

In the past months his work had seemed to clog up in details and slow down.

She threw down the clog, lifted one finger, and said “Pitty!”

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