verb (used with object), clogged, clog·ging.
verb (used without object), clogged, clog·ging.
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More recently, Kanye West’s Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner, which sells for about $80, has been dubbed the “Yeezy Croc” because of its resemblance to the slip-on clog.
Crocs overhauled its business to focus on its classic clog, which now makes up nearly three-quarters of sales, and doubled down on its highly profitable Jibbitz charms, which come in hundreds of styles and pop into the clog’s ventilation holes.
The lawsuit seeks to prohibit wipes from being marketed as “flushable” or safe for sewer systems until the companies prove they disintegrate into pieces small enough to avoid clogs.A nasty pandemic problem: More flushed wipes are clogging pipes, sending sewage into homes|Katherine Shaver|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
All drainpipes collect gunk, but in other places in your home, you don’t see it unless you need to open a trap or other fitting to undo a clog.How can I get rid of the gunk in my whirlpool tub?|Jeanne Huber|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
Crocs—the comfortable foam clogs of dubious aesthetic value—had started to accrue a subversive sort of cool among teens even before Covid-19 came around.
Bloggers and street photographers will clog the entrances of each show incessantly posting to their Twitter and Instagram feeds.Who to See and Where to be Seen: The Hot Tips for New York Fashion Week|Barbara Ragghianti|September 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At a satirical food awards show, The Golden Clog Awards, Bourdain gave Florence the “worst career move” award.Food Fight! The Seven Biggest Rivalries Inside the Food Network|Thomas Flynn|September 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Crocs, the colorful clog company long loathed by fashionistas, has stubbed its toe again.
After soaring to prominence, the plastic clog maker has suffered a series of setbacks in the past two years.
As a result of this loss of movement, clog-wearers tend to drag their feet, “which causes more postural problems,” she said.
Every weight that could clog the story is thrown away, and it runs with the 33 swiftness of the thought.English: Composition and Literature|W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
Hitherto I have only been a clog and an incumbrance to you; but I trust I shall soon behave better, and make myself useful.Masterman Ready|Captain Frederick Marryat
Therefore he passed for a very moderate Whig; for one who would not clog the wheels of government.
In fact, the damp depositing on the parts leads the electricity away, and the ink tends to clog in the siphon.Heroes of the Telegraph|J. Munro
Many things and conditions clog communication from the under-mind to the consciousness.Spirit and Music|H. Ernest Hunt
British Dictionary definitions for clog (1 of 2)
verb clogs, clogging or clogged
- any of various wooden or wooden-soled shoes
- (as modifier)clog dance