verb (used with object), sod·ded, sod·ding.
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Origin of sod1
OTHER WORDS FROM sodsodless, adjective
Definition for sod (2 of 3)
Definition for sod (3 of 3)
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
If the turf or grass is poor it will be better to omit sodding entirely and sow the surface with seed.Making a Tennis Court|George E. Walsh
LIKE seeding, sodding should be done in the early spring or fall to get the best results.Making a Lawn|Luke Joseph Doogue
It is a good thing to have the sodding and the paving in the same contract.Convenient Houses|Louis Henry Gibson
The sod which is best adapted to the Sodding of lawns is that which comes from an old, closely grazed pasture.The Practical Garden-Book|C. E. Hunn
The largest detail was known as the Fort detail, building and sodding a fort on the Potomac side.The Southern Soldier Boy|James Carson Elliott