Definition of "ice-clogged" [ice-clogged]

  • Having flow restricted by ice; -- of rivers or conduits. (adjective)

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Use "ice-clogged" in a sentence
  • "We think this is a possible mechanism for gases from below the surface to emerge when ice-clogged pores open in late spring and early summer."
  • "It presents challenges not faced in the Gulf, including frigid temperatures and ice-clogged seas."
  • "On Christmas night, 1776, General George Washington crossed an ice-clogged Delaware River to take the fight to the British and thus reinvigorated a flagging war for independence."
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