Origin of clod
Related formsclod·di·ly, adverbclod·di·ness, nounclod·like, adjectiveclod·dy, adjective
Examples from the Web for clod
One teenager recalled seeing a boy his age pitch a clod of dirt at a mounted [Union] officer.
The News of the World and the Mirror both went with the punnier, " Hand of Clod."
The maid gave a wee turn to the door, shivered, and fell like a clod at her mother's feet.The Lost Pibroch|Neil Munro
Married to a clod of earth; she will become as insensible as himself; all these fine capabilities will moulder!The Real Shelley, Vol. I (of 2)|John Cordy Jeaffreson