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Synonyms for clod

Synonyms for clod

an irregularly shaped mass of indefinite size

Synonyms for clod

an awkward stupid person

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Well, mind you crumble up the clods," said Levin, going towards his horse, "and keep an eye on Mishka.
Having to face alone his own fields, he felt the inferiority of man who passes away before the clod that remains.
Mark Thomas WRU think "grassroots" are the clods of earth after every scrum on the Millennium pitch
Use a hoe to break up large clods and chop away until you have what looks like cake mix.
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Using the latest infrared technology built into its optical scanning system, the AGRISEP detects clods, stones, wood or other inorganic material mixed up with crops during the harvesting process.
So when people were invited onto the pitch on Friday night after the Edinburgh Rugby match was over to run across it and kick a ball in the National Stadium before the pitch was dug up and replaced there was alarm when folk were spotted scooping up clods of the stuff as a souvenir.
In addition, in rain fed areas such as Western Australia, if the soil is not tipped at the optimum soil moisture, which occurs in the field over a relatively short period, large-sized clods are formed on some soils (Hamza and Penny 2002), and this restricts subsequent farm operations and results in poor crop establishment.
as many times as I can, and make them root under the clods of earth or
You don't have to break down the clods of soil too much, in fact by keeping them large it will help the air circulate and the frost will break them up.
Now's the perfect time to dig heavy soil so that winter frosts can help break down the newly turned clods.
Now is the perfect time to dig heavy soil so winter frosts can help break down the clods.
From the moment I opened to the table of contents and read chapter titles like "Dirt Clods and Bathtubs," "Evil Beam Knievel," and "Ninja Backflips," to the last word on page 57, I had a hard time reading the words through the tears Beam's brand of humorous storytelling brought to my eyes.