|puukenkä englanniksi||clog, sabot|
: Dutch people rarely wear clogs these days.
: The plumber cleared the clog from the drain.
*: Withnail: I let him in this morning. He lost one of his clogs.
*: As a dog ... by chance breaks loose, / And quits his clog.
*: A clog of lead was round my feet.
*: All the ancient, honest, juridical principles and institutions of England are so many clogs to check and retard the headlong course of violence and oppression.
: Hair is clogging the drainpipe.
: The roads are clogged up with traffic.
*: The wings of winds were clogged with ice and snow.
*: The commodities are clogged with impositions.
*: Youll rue the time / That clogs me with this answer.
*: ux|en|She was a tiny little woman and wore big sabots and a big scoop.