A clipped queen still attempts to leave with the swarm.
And a half clipped wing will not work. I have had half clipped winged queens still fly off.
Clipping wings always has me perplexed. If one can manage to monitor their yards every day looking for a swarm on the ground, why not just spend time once a week opening the hive, and dealing with swarming in another manner other than waiting for a clipped queen to be laying in the yard. Clipped queens are at the mercy of rain and weather, ants, nighttime predators, etc. Even if you find the clipped queen, you still have the issue of secondary swarms, virgins, etc.
Some have written in the past about bees perhaps knowing that a clipped queen is incomplete in some way and have suggested perhaps an increase in supersedure.