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CLOD, noun

1. A hard lump of earth, of any kind; a mass of earth cohering.

2. A lump or mass of metal.

3. Turf; the ground.

4. That which is earthy, base and vile, as the body of man compared to his soul.

5. A dull, gross, stupid fellow; a dolt.

6. Any thing concreted.

CLOD, verb intransitive To collect into concretions, or a thick mass; to coagulate; as clodded gore.

[See Clot, which is more generally used.]

CLOD, verb transitive To pelt with clods.