He had been sodding the mound with velvety green turf, and planting lilies and immortelles upon it.
At any rate, they talked of sodding Captain Ussher at the wedding—didn't they?
Our sodding should have been done in the spring for best results.
It is a good thing to have the sodding and the paving in the same contract.
LIKE seeding, sodding should be done in the early spring or fall to get the best results.
The sod which is best adapted to the sodding of lawns is that which comes from an old, closely grazed pasture.
The largest detail was known as the Fort detail, building and sodding a fort on the Potomac side.
"turf, slice of earth with grass on it," mid-15c., apparently from Middle Dutch sode "turf," or Middle Low German sode, both related to Old Frisian satha "sod," all of uncertain origin. Perhaps the notion is water saturation and the group is related to sog. The (old) sod "Ireland" is from 1812.
c.1400, "to cover with sod," from sod (n.). Related: Sodded; sodding.
in sod off (1960), British slang term of dismissal; see sod (n.2).
A male; man; guy • Chiefly British: Your lodge brother, your neighbor, the guy on the beat who's just a plain good sod (1818+)
To curse and vilify; revile extremely; a DAMN, fuck, PISS ON someone or something: You do not send the Prime Minister to China to bargain for just an airport. Sod the airport
[fr sodomite and sodomize]