clottish


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clottish

adj (inf)trottelig; a clottish thing to doeine Eselei
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The programme is founded on the old-fashioned belief that viewers who watch soccer generally know a little bit about it and don't require any hands held, noses wiped, nappies changed or spooniferous feeding; nor do they yearn for the distraction of clottish cacophony.
It doesn't help of course to have David Lloyd by your side with his clottish comments about "murdering" Zimbabwe, his boundary rows, his tapes of Land of Hope and Glory.