Definition of cloddishly in English:

cloddishly

adverb

See cloddish

‘The beamed dining room, for example, is pleasant and proper, neither cloddishly rustic or oppressively smart.’
  • ‘The creature then proceeds to rear its ugly head in a few dimly lighted and cloddishly edited murder scenes.’
  • ‘This is all cloddishly written, though explicit in the extreme.’
  • ‘The statement followed an apology he emailed to Colorado Media Matters, in which he called the original remarks a ‘point I cloddishly tried to make.’’
  • ‘Lois could also be cloddishly insulting.’