Every negro type was there, from the genteel butler to the clodhopper from the cotton and rice fields.
You think you are the man of talent and I am the clodhopper.
What if she should think me a clown and a clodhopper, as Tom Tracy does?
His clodhopper of a father sold firewood to the sweet mother of me!
You mean that clodhopper with the tight-fitting hand-me-down in the seat behind usyesterday?
But the British officers were scornful of their clodhopper besiegers.
The clodhopper exercises, or is to exercise, his share of the power equally with the highest nobleman.
But it is obvious that the paviour in a field hops the clod; that the clodhopper in a street paces the pavé.
His red but shining eyes hinted that Milt was a clodhopper and no honest wearer of evening clothes.
And a later Latin writer speaks of the farmer who does not plough thoroughly as one who becomes a mere "clodhopper."