Like a clod, a person who is foolish, stupid or parochial.(adjective)
Of or pertaining to lumpy soil.(adjective)
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Use "cloddish" in a sentence
"An overwhelming majority of my friends have dating horror stories, filled with bad manners and cloddish moments."
"Edgar spares us the spectacle of a make-believe Lamour, it's studded with other vignettes and dubious representations of historical figures: a charm-free Ginger Rogers, a blank-slate Charles Lindbergh, a cloddish Robert F. Kennedy and an appallingly crude approximation of Richard Nixon."
"Sometimes her balancing is cloddish (as deliciously cheesy as it is, her snap 'n b spin on Foreigner's "I Want To Know What Love Is" feels like a forced union of Old Mariah and New Mariah), and sometimes it's acrobatic."