clag


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clag

(klæɡ)
n
sticky mud
vb (intr) , clags, clagged or clagging
to stick, as mud
[C16: perhaps of Scandinavian origin, related to Danish klag sticky mud]
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The fact that I was in the clag with a clueless controller in mountainous terrain wasn't helping my blood pressure.
It was an education seeing them au naturel, up to their wheel rims in clag, armour-plated bottoms thumping over boulders.
We heard about the Clag Beast thing and decided that we'd try and get the band back together and do a one off gig with no intention of continuing it on.
An' she reckons I dropped meself right in the clag last week saying as how yer could see the Hairy Lemon from the scene of the crime an' that.
I leveled off at 1,200 feet, still in the clag and still not keeping my normal scan.
However, the day proved disappointing for the team's strongest pair - Tom Brunt and Bill Stewart - who squandered their initial gains on the first climb by running straight past a checkpoint in the clag.
Our pilot was very smooth on the controls, and we were having fun flying around in the clear weather (a pleasure after months of clag at Whidbey).
He whacked his drive straight right out of bounds, hit his next into the clag on a hill, took two to get out, went over the back, had to play left-handed out of a bush - 'and then I didn't make the putt.