clog (n.) Old form(s): clogges
wooden block, heavy piece of wood
AW II.v.53[Bertram to Parolles, of Helena] Here comes my clog [also: sense 2]
MA I.iii.31[Don John to Conrade] I am ... enfranchised with a clog
Oth I.iii.196[Brabantio to Desdemona, of other children] thy escape would teach me tyranny / To hang clogs on them
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