1. noun klæɡ
a) A glue or paste made from starch.

The sky was thick with dirty gray clag

b) Low cloud, fog or smog.

This programme included practice interceptions, simulator training, day flying, night flying, clag flying in addition to... [a footnote states that clag flying was Air Force slang for foul weather flying.]

2. verb klæɡ
To stick, like boots in mud

As when the orchard boughes are clagd with fruite

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