clod

Part of speech: verb

To throw clods ( at).

Part of speech: verb

To turn into clods.

Part of speech: noun

A lump of clay; the soil; anything earthy and gross.

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Usage examples "clod":

  1. He was only a clod of grit caught in the world's great wheels. - "The Missourian", Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle.
  2. How good, he never knew; for how was he, the clod, to guess that this despised jester of his Court was pouring out his very soul into the lines he wrote to the tyrant's orders? - "The Shame of Motley", Raphael Sabatini.
  3. It turns one clod hard, makes it incapable of producing anything. - "Our Unitarian Gospel", Minot Savage.