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Definition of Beclog
1. to clog thoroughly [v -CLOGGED, -CLOGGING, -CLOGS]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Beclog
Literary usage of Beclog
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Poems by William Leighton (1870)
"But I know this body will not long beclog my straining spirit That yearns to fly and meet her in the sunny realms of air! Sweep on, O barren Day, ..."
2. Rebellion of Hell: A Poem by James Wynkoop (1908)
"Some stumble, push and faint, and some en masse beclog the doors in vain attempt to pass; Some cry for mercy, some their features claw, Others less weak to ..."