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Things clod often describes (“clod ________”)
hoppers, hopper, crushers, crusher, pate, hopping, breaking, breaker, compeller, hall, fishing, card, stumpers, measurements, pates, pole, breakers, poles, masher, roller, test

Descriptive words:
little, kneaded, dull, selfish, feverish, mere, poor, heavy, insensitive, cold, single, small, trodden, veriest, big, earthly, last, common, senseless, stupid, earth, hard, lifeless, soulless, inanimate, ignorant, sluggish, frozen, clumsy, dry, dumb, corporeal, dullest, dark, very, insensate, wet, animated, useless, huge, brown, inert, vulgar, red, wintry, mortal, dried, gross, stiff, dead, raw, meanest, hot, native, unfeeling, earthen, shoulder, doggone, vile, wrinkled, moist, broken, grudging, smaller, worthless, abominable, stubborn, upturned, untutored, insensible, tiny, baked, shapeless, miserable, unconscious, bound, coarse, humble, rough, kindred, lowest, earthy, primeval, mystic

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See clod used in context: 3 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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