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cloggy

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Pronunciation: /ˈklɒɡi
 
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Definition of cloggy in English:

adjective (cloggier, cloggiest)

Thick and sticky: cloggy mud
More example sentences
  • In Turkey, the underneath of the cars was covered in a coating of cloggy clay, so cleaning them afterwards wasn't much fun!
  • Another, thing that causes leaves to brown off the outer edges is prolonged periods of wilting in the hot sun, or in very cloggy soils.
  • The day after Thanksgiving is the single 'cloggiest' day of the year for America's drains.

Words that rhyme with cloggy

boggy, doggy, foggy, froggy, groggy, moggie, smoggy, soggy

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