And while they talked, the voices of the snow-waters round them diminished one by one as the night- frost choked and clogged
See how I've got to teave and slave, and your poor weak father with his heart clogged
like a dripping-pan.
From tiers of staircase windows clogged
lamps like the eyes of Equity, bleared Argus with a fathomless pocket for every eye and an eye upon it, dimly blink at the stars.
All day we fought, until the road was red with blood and clogged
The vast expanse of sand appeared to him an immense pond, full of clear and limpid water; and, more than once, he dashed himself upon the scorching waste to drink long draughts, and rose again with his mouth clogged
with hot dust.
Casaubon's purpose, which seemed to be clogged
by some hesitation.
This was because I nearly always assumed a character when I wrote; I must be a country squire, or an undergraduate, or a butler, or a member of the House of Lords, or a dowager, or a lady called Sweet Seventeen, or an engineer in India, else was my pen clogged
, and though this gave my mother certain fearful joys, causing her to laugh unexpectedly (so far as my articles were concerned she nearly always laughed in the wrong place), it also scared her.
Just beyond the doorway he found the passage completely clogged
and choked by impenetrable masses of shattered rock.
The reason he did not finish us off immediately was that the Swift One clogged
Though he did not know it, by the weight of his body he clogged
the action of the leg and thereby saved his mother much damage.
He ran once, but the long gown clogged
him so that he slowed down into a shambling walk, and finally plumped into the heather once more.
From room to room we passed until presently we emerged into a mighty chamber, dark and gloomy, for its high and narrow windows were choked and clogged
But the night was long and dark: the snow heavily clogged
the wheels and balled the horses' feet; the animals were consumedly lazy; the coachman most execrably cautious; the passengers confoundedly apathetic in their supine indifference to the rate of our progression.
The infusion of the amateurs clogged
the working of things behind the stage, crowded the passages, dressing rooms, and wings, and forced everybody into everybody else's way.
Nobody knew that the Merdle of such high renown had ever done any good to any one, alive or dead, or to any earthly thing; nobody knew that he had any capacity or utterance of any sort in him, which had ever thrown, for any creature, the feeblest farthing-candle ray of light on any path of duty or diversion, pain or pleasure, toil or rest, fact or fancy, among the multiplicity of paths in the labyrinth trodden by the sons of Adam; nobody had the smallest reason for supposing the clay of which this object of worship was made, to be other than the commonest clay, with as clogged
a wick smouldering inside of it as ever kept an image of humanity from tumbling to pieces.