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
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.
But for those poor clods who mistake them for real news, Onion stories often have a bitter tang.
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Origin and Etymology of clod
Middle English clodde, from Old English clod- (in clodhamer fieldfare)
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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
CLOD Defined for Kids
Definition of clod for Students
1 : a lump or mass especially of earth or clay
2 : a clumsy or stupid person
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