In 2011, the wires were clogged with stories of a potential Peace Prize gong for Julian Assange.
As the car careens through Tehran's streets, they come to a clogged intersection where a brand new highway is being built.
Most associated moisturizer with greasy skin and clogged pores.
Leno asked about his recent cardiovascular surgery in which doctors installed a stent to open up a clogged artery.
Prostrating myself on the examining table, I tried not to flinch as she zapped my scores of clogged pores.
Nothing—history is clogged and confused with them; one cannot keep their names in his memory, there are so many.
But his conversation works is clogged for good, and he has his chin down on his collar.
She wanted to recall all that had happened, but her brain felt too clogged to serve her.
We sprung a leak where we couldn't get at it, and our pumps are clogged.
In fact, when your nose is clogged, you cannot smell at all.
early 14c., clogge "a lump of wood," origin unknown. Also used in Middle English of large pieces of jewelry and large testicles. Cf. Norwegian klugu "knotty log of wood." Meaning "anything that impedes action" is from 1520s. The sense of "wooden-soled shoe" is first recorded late 14c.; they were used as overshoes until the introduction of rubbers c.1840. Originally all wood (hence the name), later wooden soles with leather uppers for the front of the foot only. Later revived in fashion (c.1970), primarily for women. Clog-dancing is attested from 1863.
late 14c., "hinder," originally by fastening a block of wood to something, from clog (n.). Meaning "choke up with extraneous matter" is 17c. Related: Clogged; clogging.