verb (used with object), clogged, clog·ging.
verb (used without object), clogged, clog·ging.
Origin of clog
Examples from the Web for clogging
The roads were mere ditches running knee deep in sticky, clogging mud.The War Romance of the Salvation Army|Evangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill
Something in us clogging up the channel and nothing can get through.Quiet Talks on Power|S.D. Gordon
It may have been this fresh grievance which lay heavy upon Darcy's chest, clogging her breathing and slowing her suppled muscles.Wanted: A Husband|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Flurries of snow covered me with clinging flakes, and the mud "gummed" my boots and trouser legs, clogging my steps.A Son of the Middle Border|Hamlin Garland
True, the Frenchman was not hampered by a monarch who regarded the army as his own, nor by clogging claims of seniority.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose
British Dictionary definitions for clogging (1 of 2)
verb clogs, clogging or clogged
- any of various wooden or wooden-soled shoes
- (as modifier)clog dance