verb (used with object), un·clogged, un·clog·ging.
to free of an obstruction or impediment: to unclog a drain; to unclog rush-hour traffic.
verb (used without object), un·clogged, un·clog·ging.
to become unclogged: I can't wash the dishes until the drain unclogs.
Origin of unclog
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Related Words for unclogclarify, erase, open, eliminate, free, ameliorate, disentangle, loosen, unloose, tidy, sweep, extricate, unblock, refine, vacate, rid, cleanse, brighten, untie, lighten
verb -clogs, -clogging or -clogged
(tr) to remove an obstruction from (a drain, etc)
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