Definition of clot:
dope, stock, jump, donkey, lurch, saphead, numskull, clotting, hardhead, noddy, yahoo, dim bulb, thickhead, deadhead, blockhead, dork, golem, half-wit, mutt, lot, conglutination, knucklehead, woodenhead, passel, hammer, schlub, hemorrhage, knob, jackass, ABO system, clodpoll, curdle, noodle, jell, thrombus, anticoagulant, yo-yo, precipitate, know-nothing, atheroma, beat, coagulate, mass, coagulum, grume, dummkopf, bleed, dolt, nincompoop, gander, nitwit, ninnyhammer, cretin, bubblehead, moron, ignoramus, aorta, overload, hammerhead, hunk, bunch, gelatinize, lamebrain, stupe, A, clutch, cuddy, chowderhead, knot, constipate, dum-dum, dunderhead, coagulation, embolus, airhead, dullard, meathead, lunkhead, cluster, nit, assemblage, dumbhead, wad, mug, dimwit, lump, dummy, simpleton, cluck, chunk, clog up, chucklehead, natural, jelly, artery, prat, dollop, imbecile, grouping, block, ninny, schnook, clump, bank, array, dumbbell, huddle, congeal, fathead, band, blob, atrium, dodo, choke, B, coalescence, birdbrain, fur up, suite, solid, muster, package, constellation, dip, stupid, bonehead, pinhead, congest, doofus, clog, clunk, coagulated protein, clabber, battery, nubble, oaf, dunce, bleeding, gob, goon, back up, loggerhead, mome, nugget, flutter, turkey, batch, foul, haemorrhage, gobbet, ratbag, glob, nimrod, curd, loon, collection, choke off, nub, parcel, thickness, goof, consolidation, curdling, set, clod.
- "Special Report on Diseases of Cattle", U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler.
For a wound in the hand or foot, that spurts in this way, it will usually be sufficient to grasp the arm firmly above the wrist or the elbow, or the ankle, as the case may be, with the thumb over the artery, or even to press directly over the wound, until the bleeding stops and the blood is thus given a chance to clot.- "A Handbook of Health", Woods Hutchinson.
One was entirely blank, on two others the mist was formed into a kind of clot of light, but no figure was visible, the fifth had a portrait of an unknown man, and on the sixth, when it came to be developed, there was the same portrait of Cecil Rhodes that had appeared on the first, but without the white drapery round the head.- "The Best Psychic Stories", Various.