Homophones for clawed, clod

clawed / clod  [klɒd]

clawed – v. & adj. – v. – past tense of claw (see claws, verbal meaning); adj. – furnished with or having claws, used chiefly in compounds

clod – n. & v. – n. – 1. a lump or mass; 2. soil, ground, earth; 3. something as unfeeling or as insensitive as a clump of earth: one that is gross and stupid, a dolt; 4. a part of the shoulder of a beef; v. – 1. tr. to throw clods of earth at; 2. to drive by pelting with clods; 3. (Brit.) to throw violently, hurl; 4. intr. to form into clods