Entry from British & World English dictionary
A foolish, awkward, or clumsy person.
- The doors are then thrown open, and the lucky clodpole receives the titbit as his recompense.
- But at least it had the effect of compelling the clodpoles who run world cricket to snap out of their dream world.
- Hayseeds, hicks and clodpoles were assumed to be the only ones who really wanted or needed the loud, scary and icky things.
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