cloyed (adj.) Old form(s): cloyd
clogged, crammed, stuffed
Cym IV.iv.19[Arviragus to Belarius and Guiderius, of the Britons] have both their eyes / And ears so cloyed importantly as now [i.e. filled with matters of importance]
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