Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. clogge, clog, Scot. clag, (n.), a clot, (v.), to to obstruct, cover with mud or anything adhesive; prob. of the same origin as E. clay,
It is only water-clogged.
"Nedra" by George Barr McCutcheon
It had no completely honest organs; its spirit was clogged by its accumulated insincerities.
"Mr. Britling Sees It Through" by H. G. Wells
Why should clogs be despised?
"Miscellanies" by Oscar Wilde
You're one of those soulless, earth-clogged natures.
"If Winter Comes" by A.S.M. Hutchinson
Throwing off his snow-clogged coat, he sat down in a rude chair and blinked stupidly as he looked about.
"The Lure of the North" by Harold Bindloss
There your intercourse with the loved ones of earth will not be clogged by pain and infirmities.
"The Christian Home" by Samuel Philips
His kisses spoke the adoration he would have cried out to her if emotion had not clogged his throat.
"Truxton King" by George Barr McCutcheon
From the outset they were clogged by the suspicion of bad faith.
"The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)" by John Holland Rose
The sand stuck and clogged every move we made till I used to dream of it afterward.
"The Range Dwellers" by B. M. Bower
We fought for over hawve an haar, summat like fifteen raands, punsin' and o' (kicking with clogs).
"Lancashire Idylls (1898)" by Marshall Mather
An who, when th' wark is done at neet,
Sits harknin for yor clogs i'th' street,
An sets warm slippers for yor feet?
"A Wife " by John Hartley
Ah! like to bees that cease to hum,
When pressing on for honey,
So doth the singing soul grow dumb,
Intent on clogging money.
"A Tusculan Question" by Alfred Austin
Drift of the dead year's harvesting,
They clog to-morrow's way,
Yet serve to shelter growths of Spring
Beneath their warm decay.
"Uses" by Edith Wharton
'Each wish whose grant may him befall
Is clogged by those withstood;
He trembles, hoping one means all,
And I, lest perhaps it should.
"A Girl's Sin - In Her Eyes" by Francis Thompson
Then said I, "O to mount away,
And leave this clog of heavy clay!
Let wings of time more hasty fly,
That I may join the songs on high."
"The Believer's Soliloquy; Especially in Times of Desertion, Temptation, Affliction, &c." by Ralph Erskine
"How are the mighty fallen!" Now,
Each generous impulse we restrain;
When British freedom walks abroad,
She drags at foot the clog and chain!
"The Isles of Greece" by Janet Hamilton
If you're tired of swanky speakeasies and clubs with dress codes, come on down and enjoy some wholesome, all-American, artery-clogging, trailer-park fun at Butter.
IT'S THE AFTERNOON RUSH HOUR, and Austin's MoPac expressway is clogged with traffic.
The credit pipeline for small businesses has been frozen or clogged for years now.
At first glance the nondescript office building at LBJ Freeway and Greenville Avenue doesn't look much different from the others that line this traffic-clogged corridor of North Dallas.
Sneak peek look at TLC's new reality series 'Down South Dance', a look into the competitive world of clogging.
View full size Dana Tims / The Oregonian Thousands of cars a day stream west from Portland Community College's Rock Creek Campus on Northwest Springville Road toward its clogged intersection with Northwest 185th Avenue.
Ours was a spookily humid summer, one in which the very air frequently seemed clogged with visible germs.
In the past, doctors have used the procedure on patients who were not good candidates for surgery until last year, when the FDA cleared the procedure for use on all patients with clogged arteries .
Here's The List Of The Top Artery Clogging Cities.
This is sad when you look at the report in Prevention Magazine which lists the 8 most artery -clogging cities in America.
Doctors may have a better way to do heart diagnostic tests and procedures to open clogged heart arteries .
Residents near Beaufort Elementary School have a right to complain about traffic that clogs their streets before and after school.
The Harper government says a backlog of skilled immigrant applications, which has clogged the system for years, is declining rapidly and will be eliminated by the end of next year.
LOS ANGELES—An artist wants to plant something greener than ads on Los Angeles billboards by transforming the signs into bamboo gardens high above traffic-clogged streets.
Tree, other debris, clog the Huron River and Boat Basin .
By applying Proposition 9.8 with K ′ = L, we deduce that clog (L/K ) = 0.
Ramification of local fields with imperfect residue fields
This allows vast amounts of catalog data and high resolution imagery to be displayed progressively on demand, instead of clogging the user’s internet connection all at once.
Sky in Google Earth: The Next Frontier in Astronomical Data Discovery and Visualization
The experimental conditions are such that clogging or formation of colloidal particles, which could alter the interpretation of the obtained results, can be excluded.
A nonlinear random walk approach to concentration-dependent contaminant transport in porous media
We experienced extreme clogging of those arterials. A good estimate for the computational speed of the overall detailed network can be obtained if the overall length (in lane kilometers ) of the network is known.
Experiences with a simplified microsimulation for the Dallas/Fort Worth area
Jumpshot is written in Java and interprets tracefiles in the binary clog format by displaying them onto a canvas object.
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