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- v. Present participle of clog.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Anything which clogs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Anything which clogs; obstruction; hindrance; clog.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. preventing movement
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His line doesn't show what he does in clogging the paint defensively.
Steve says, the word clogging in his constricted throat.
After again clogging neutral ice, the Coyotes countered this time with Georges Laraque passing to Zigomanis, who got behind Alexander Svitov to score his ninth at 11: 06.
His frame and strength have proven very effective in clogging the middle of the field, as he searches, stalks and wraps up the lead blocker to close the rush lanes ...
These people, trained by Gmail to just hit "Reply" without having to expunge unnecessary text from an email, will begin clogging inboxes everywhere with 19k emails that contain three new lines of text.
Based upon this considerable experience in clogging Eric’s inbox, I have some wisdom I can share with anyone interested in the finer points of how to increase your chances of getting a personal response:
I have named these sounds "taps," and it is the various combinations of these sounds that are used so effectively in musical comedy dances, in tap, step, and American specialty dancing (sometimes called clogging), as well as in some of our choicest acrobatic dancing.
But it still faces challenges with Internet service providers, who may worry about video calls clogging their networks.
Christmas time is Nintendo time, so it shouldn't surprise you to see Nintendo titles clogging up the top half of the charts.
A large discrepancy in the amount of water coming out may indicate clogging, which is a major source of inefficiency in micro irrigation systems.