Related formsgrid·locked, adjective
Examples from the Web for gridlock
Such admiration for the American system sounds strange in this era of gridlock and bickering.
Yes, gridlock frustration and national debt nausea are understandable.
So today, gridlock in Washington simply mirrors who we are and where America is.
Now cities are largely on their own, as austerity and gridlock grip Washington.
The shock will soon congeal into fear-fueled groupthink and gridlock.