verb (used with object), clogged, clog·ging.
verb (used without object), clogged, clog·ging.
Origin of clog
Examples from the Web for clog
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
If we load it with the oil of luxury, it will give an additional vigor, but in the end, clog and impede the motion.An History of Birmingham (1783)|William Hutton
In the past months his work had seemed to clog up in details and slow down.Security|Ernest M. Kenyon
What a clog upon a Minister to have people, bred in such scenes, forced upon him!Rural Rides|William Cobbett
The clog catches in the brush and between trees and usually he disna get very far, because the heavy drag tires him.The Boy Scouts in A Trapper's Camp|Thornton W. Burgess
Fred, you get the clamps from the knapsack, while I cut that bushy tree for a clog.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper|Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
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