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1600, (w) (translator), originally published in 1581 by (w), ''Delivered''
- clods of blood
(RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)
1903, (w), ''and Igraine|Uther and Igraine''
- As for yon clod of clay, we will bury it later, lest it should pollute so goodly a pool.
1906, (w), ''(w)''
- One of the clods took it back of the ear, and it used language. It gave me a thrill, for it was the first time I had ever heard speech, except my own.
- "What a bunch of hooey," I said under my breath, tossing a dirt clod over my shoulder against the locked-up garden shed.
The ground; the earth; a spot of earth or turf.
(RQ:Swift Pethox the Grea)
- the clod where once their sultan's horse hath trod
1906, (w), ''Triumphs of Eugène Valmont|The Triumphs of Eugène Valmont''
- 'What was its number?''I don't know, sir.''You clod! Why didn't you call one of our men, whoever was nearest, and leave him to shadow the American while you followed the cab?'
1986 February 14, (w), ''(w)''
- So here's a valentine for you, you insensitive clod!!
1998, ''(South Park)|Chickenpox'' (episode of ''(w)'' TV series)
- Gerald Broflovski: You see Kyle, we humans work as a society, and in order for a society to thrive, we need gods and clods.
2015, "Jail Break" (episode of ''Steven Universe'' TV series)
- Peridot: Don't touch that! You clods don't know what you're doing!
To pelt with clods.
- "When I went there yesterday evening in the gloaming it had crept down and was trying to catch the little speckled fishes that play in the pool, and I had to clod it to make it go up the tree again and let them alone."
(RQ:Scott Guy Mannering)
To collect into clods, or into a thick mass; to coagulate; to clot.
1610, (Giles Fletche), ''Christ's Victorie and Triumph''
- Clodded in lumps of clay.