Examples of clod in a Sentence
Her husband's such a clod.
despite his imposing size, he's no simple clod
Recent Examples of clod from the Web
Caveat: Jockey Mike Smith must break Justify straight and fast from the starting gate, or risk getting shuffled back to an unfamiliar position in the middle of a roiling scrum, with dirt clods landing in his face for the first time in his life.
Big and small, loose and tightly packed, these clods hurtle relentlessly from all angles at the shoulders, necks and faces of the horses—and jockeys—trailing the leaders.
Earl, Jenna’s clod of a spouse, isn’t fully sketched in, either, but Nelson did write in a bit of a back story (more than the the movie revealed) to give the couple greater context.
This place understands flat iron, that marbled chop from the shoulder clod, fanned out in six fat slices to show off its medium-rare core.
Large bombs plummeted into the range, sending huge clouds of smoke into the sky, along with giant clods of earth and shock waves toward the spectators.
Jeering students ended up pelting Rockwell with eggs and dirt clods.
Dave Barry used to say that the difference between men and women is that women can see actual molecules of dirt, whereas men can’t see it even when it’s coalesced into clods.
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CLOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clod for English Language Learners
: a lump of dirt or clay
: a person who is stupid and dull
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