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adjective as in costive

adjective as in jammed

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Style-wise, they’re a mix between slippers and clogs, so they go with pajamas and jeans alike.

Two years ago, singer and rapper Post Malone teamed with Crocs for a special version of its signature foam-resin clogs.

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She was on this steep hillside in her clogs, wailing away on the fire line.

He put its science in simple terms  “Imagine you have clogged up plumbing due to debris,” Chatterjee said.

Alongside the emergency vehicles, neighborhood people clogged the sidewalks.

In New York, the traffic from horse-drawn carriages clogged the streets at all hours.

In 2011, the wires were clogged with stories of a potential Peace Prize gong for Julian Assange.

Leno asked about his recent cardiovascular surgery in which doctors installed a stent to open up a clogged artery.

The tube may become clogged with pieces of food, in which case it must be withdrawn, cleaned, and reintroduced.

When the soil pipe from a water-closet is exposed in cold weather it may freeze up or be clogged by urinary deposits.

They were so clogged with dust, however, as to be almost unserviceable, and their ammunition was expended.

He shed them so thick they kind of clogged up the air, and altogether he shed seventeen suits.

Arcot looked around, trying to decide what to do, but his brain was clogged.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clogged, such as: blocked, obstructed, and plugged.

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