Etymology
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cloddish (adj.)

"of the nature of a clod," hence "base, low, boorish," 1838, from clod (n.) + -ish. Related: Clodishly; clodishness.

updated on January 01, 2018

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Definitions of cloddish from WordNet

cloddish (adj.)
heavy and dull and stupid;
Synonyms: doltish
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