clog (something) with (something)

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clog (something) with (something)

To obstruct something with something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "clog" and "up." This cold has clogged my nose with so much mucus that I can hardly breathe. One of the kids clogged the pipes with action figures.
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clog something with something

to block or obstruct a channel or conduit with something. The neighbors clogged the creek with their brush and leaves. Please don't clog the drain with garbage.
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There's nothing to stop you teaming your clogs with a pair of tights, in fact it's wholly recommended, especially with the closed-toe pairs.
Alexa was also teamed her wooden platform clogs with a Chanel linen dress at the front row of the Chanel haute couture show at Paris Fashion Week.
Owners can personalize their clogs with a different message or style every day.
They love to decorate their favorite clogs with Jibbitz to fit their moods or match colorful outfits.