Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. having flow restricted by ice; -- of rivers or conduits.

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  • adj. obstructed by ice

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Examples

  • We think this is a possible mechanism for gases from below the surface to emerge when ice-clogged pores open in late spring and early summer.

    First Contact

  • It presents challenges not faced in the Gulf, including frigid temperatures and ice-clogged seas.

    Trip Van Noppen: Arctic Faces Offshore Oil Danger in July

  • On Christmas night, 1776, General George Washington crossed an ice-clogged Delaware River to take the fight to the British and thus reinvigorated a flagging war for independence.

    Jim Thomas: Isn't There Anyone Who Knows What the Christmas Legal Holiday is All About?

  • The city was heavily criticized for not clearing snow- and ice-clogged side streets, leaving numerous residents — mostly seniors — stranded for weeks.

    The Blackest Pot Ever Made Calling The Kettle Black « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Although lanes of water open in the summer along the mainland, many of the channels in the Canadian archipelago remain ice-clogged year-round.

    Arctic Ocean

  • To work in cold temperatures and rough, ice-clogged seas, these rigs -- even many that operate just outside the Arctic Circle in the North Sea -- would need an overhaul to their hulls, heating systems and engines, among other changes.

    Northern Exposure

  • After just a few days in the ice-clogged waters along the northern coast, reached more than a year and a half after their departure from Fort Resolution, the flimsy vessels had started to come apart.

    The Terror

  • On the 7th of January the hastily equipped detachment started, fourteen hundred infantrymen going down the ice-clogged Cumberland in flatboats and six hundred and seventy mounted riflemen proceeding by land.

    The Reign of Andrew Jackson

  • An arm's length ahead the shoulders of the Kid protruded from the deck hole where he had sunk again into the death sleep, while Barton, in the forward seat, leaned wearily on his ice-clogged paddle, moaning as he strove to shelter his face from the sting of the blizzard.

    Pardners

  • At eight o'clock on the morning of October 30 it was seen that the ice-clogged ropes on the starboard {34} side had been snapped by the wind like dry sticks.

    Vikings of the Pacific The Adventures of the Explorers who Came from the West, Eastward

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