Definition of Cloddy

1. a. Consisting of clods; full of clods.



Definition of Cloddy

1. Adjective. (context: of soil or earth) Characterized by the presence of clods. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cloddy

1. lumpy [adj -DIER, -DIEST] - See also: lumpy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cloddy

clockwork oranges
clockwork universe
clockwork universes
clockworklike
clockworks
clockworky
clocortolone
clod
clodded
cloddier
cloddiest
clodding
cloddish
cloddishness
cloddishnesses
cloddy (current term)
clodhopper
clodhoppers
clodhopping
clodly
clodpate
clodpated
clodpates
clodpole
clodpoles
clodpolish
clodpoll
clodpolls
clodronate
clodronates

Literary usage of Cloddy

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1. An Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, and Nursery Rhymes by John Bellender Ker (1837)
"To cousin cloddy bell iĀ« n trouble. To tlio man of the cowl [tlio Criar] it serveĀ» ne a filtre ; there's meat and drink in it lor hint. ..."

2. Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine by Julius Lincoln Salinger, Wilhelm Olivier von Leube (1904)
"This " cloddy " epithelium is especially found in the mucus that envelops the ... and (partly cloddy) epithelial cells in the membrane favouring this view. ..."

3. The Wheat Plant: Its Origin, Culture, Growth, Development, Composition by John Hancock Klippart (1860)
"The corn ground in this locality is, a large portion of it, very cloddy and hard, so that a common roller and harrow will not do the work as it should ..."

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