verb (used with object), sod·ded, sod·ding.
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Origin of sod1
OTHER WORDS FROM sodsodless, adjective
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noun Chiefly British Slang: Vulgar.
verb (used with object), sod·ded, sod·ding.Chiefly British Slang: Vulgar.
Verb Phrases Chiefly British Slang: Vulgar.
Origin of sod3
Example sentences from the Web for sod
The fishiest places we found were along the sod banks to the east of the inlet, where the current had cut nice underhangs along the banks.
“For some reason I thought, Oh, sod it, I will sign up,” he says.
They painted his house, maintained his yard, replaced the sod, installed artificial turf, and planted and moved shrubbery.
Turning again to the newest grave, I found no one but the humble gardeners, smoothing the sod over the fresh earth.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 1 (of 20)|Charles Sumner
On the other hand, a mole, 63 pushing blindly along beneath the sod, fears no danger from the hawk soaring high overhead.The Log of the Sun|William Beebe
After the master had been placed under the sod, Uncle Sammy was seen each day visiting Jackson's grave.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States|Work Projects Administration
He must dig a well, build a dugout, and plough the sod to roof it.The Indians' Last Fight|Dennis Collins
Fitzgerald and the Captain had arrived, and having dismounted, were standing upon the sod.The Purcell Papers|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu