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Sentence count:61Posted:2017-01-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: blockchokeobstructstuffSimilar words: cloutclosecloudcloveo'clockclosetclosercloudyMeaning: [klɒg]  n. 1. footwear usually with wooden soles 2. any object that acts as a hindrance or obstruction 3. a dance performed while wearing shoes with wooden soles; has heavy stamping steps. v. 1. become or cause to become obstructed 2. dance a clog dance 3. impede the motion of, as with a chain or a burden 4. impede with a clog or as if with a clog 5. coalesce or unite in a mass 6. fill to excess so that function is impaired. 
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1. These streets often clog during the rush hour.
2. Don't clog your memory with useless facts.
3. Within a few years the pipes began to clog up.
4. Eating too much fat causes your arteries to clog .
5. The Cleveland Clog Dancers were on hand to offer instruction on the important steps.
6. The result is that the lungs clog up with a thick mucus.
7. Clog dancing is a hallmark of Appalachian culture.
8. The summers clog the maquila job market with schoolchildren from the south trying to earn cash for fall school supplies.
9. He turns red and his veins clog up at one end.
10. Acrylic paint can sometimes clog a brush because it dries quickly.
11. You are also invited to visit a clog factory to watch the craftsmen at work.
12. Mainland anxieties clog my throat, bleating foghorns fill my ears.
13. The words seemed to clog in his throat, then come free in little gouts and spurts.
14. The clog on the market in equities must be infinitely greater.
15. The metals, if not filtered out, can clog steel and iron pipes, cause corrosion and diminish water pressure.
16. Approximately 100,000 cars clog the narrow streets each day and exhaust gases are eroding the city's ancient monuments.
17. Fiats and mopeds clog the streets of Palermo, Ragusa, and the smaller cities.
18. Kidneys clog with protein from damaged muscles, damming up toxins in the blood.
19. The leaves clog our drains in the fall.
20. Don't clog up your mind with useless information.
21. She needed a partner for a clog dancing class.
22. Diets that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol tend to clog up our arteries, thereby reducing the blood flow to our hearts and brains.
23. Too much fatty food will make your arteries more likely to clog up.
24. He squeezed off a shot at the calcium stone threatening to clog the core, then another; then another.
25. Don't pour that grease down the drain, or the sink will clog up again.
26. The flow of paint was well-controlled. Acrylic paint can sometimes clog a brush because it dries quickly.
27. Damp affects down particularly badly causing the fluffy tendrils to clog together and lose the ability to insulate.
28. This needs to be coupled with a physical form which does not easily clog and impede water flow.
29. There you will have the opportunity to learn about clog making and cheese preparation.
30. We tend to pursue goals that weaken our will and clog up our view.
More similar words: cloutclosecloudcloveo'clockclosetclosercloudyclose inclose upclose toclosestcloyingclownishcloselyclose downdisclosecloisterclothinglogbe close toblood clotlogicsupply closetdialogdigital clockbackloganalogygeologyapology
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