clog with

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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If I had equipped the clog with an e-collar during the hunt I surely would have zapped the clog when he began trailing the running bird and I would have missed out on using the breed's instinctive talent in its most productive way.
Fish out the hair clog with a bent wire or other tool.
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If your drain setup looks something like the one shown here and the water is backing up on the side without the waste tee, you may be able to remove the clog with a bent coat hanger (opening photo).
Or you might hook the clog with the end of the snake and pull it out.
A valve then opens at the clog end of the bladder, filling the pipe between the bladder and the clog with water.