[ waw-ter-lawg, -log, wot-er- ]
/ ˈwɔ tərˌlɔg, -ˌlɒg, ˈwɒt ər- /
verb (used with object), wa·ter·logged, wa·ter·log·ging.
to cause (a boat, ship, etc.) to become uncontrollable as a result of flooding.
to soak, fill, or saturate with water so as to make soggy or useless.
verb (used without object), wa·ter·logged, wa·ter·log·ging.
to become saturated with water.
Origin of waterlog
First recorded in 1770–80; apparently back formation from waterlogged
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Examples from the Web for waterlogging
The English engineers in the main retained the faulty Moghal alignment, and waterlogging of the worst description developed.
Waterlogging is a great evil and accounts for the terrible epidemics of fever, which have occurred from time to time.