Definition of Clogginess. Meaning of Clogginess. Synonyms of Clogginess

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Definition of Clogginess

Clogginess
Clogginess Clog"gi*ness, n. The state of being clogged.

Meaning of Clogginess from wikipedia

- The Cloggies, an Everyday Saga in the Life of Clog Dancing Folk, was a long-running cartoon by Bill Tidy that ran in the satirical magazine Private Eye...
- the United Kingdom. Clogwyn Du'r Arddu is often colloquially known as 'Cloggy' among climbers, and was the site of the first recorded climb in Britain...
- which is supposedly haunted by the spirit of a former ride operator named "Cloggy". Other stories involve poltergeist activity in both the gift shop under...
- subtitle was parodied by Bill Tidy in his long-running cartoon of The Cloggies, "an Everyday Saga in the Life of Clog Dancing Folk", which ran in the...
- in the North of England, his most abiding cartoon strips, such as the Cloggies and the Fos**** Saga, have been set in an exaggerated version of that environment...
- Tullyhunco Killashandra Cavan Cloggagh 213 Castlerahan Castlerahan Oldcastle Cloggy 188 Tullyhunco Killashandra Cavan Cloghbally Lower 506 Castlerahan Mullagh...
- of the Dutch Marines among their British Royal Marine counterparts is "Cloggies," due to the stereotype that most or all Dutch wear clogs, instead of "normal"...
- that can be imagined. Who can forget the magical photo on the cover of the Cloggy guidebook that remains a tribute to Jimmy?" Jewell died on 31 October 1987...
- produced cartoons for the satirical magazine Private Eye and created The Cloggies, the wry humour in this cl****ic 1970s comic strip was very po****r, if...
- Chris W****er from the Irish Independent said the song "drowns slowly under cloggy production and a lyrical theme that for all of its close connection with...
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