Even an old broken bowman might find the clout with a bow like this.
"Nay, there you are wide of the clout," the bowman said gravely.
The next moment he received a clout alongside the head that knocked him over on his side.
As for the clout I gave Master Peter, here is a groat to mend it.
Swords are for gentlemen, while clubs are to clout the heads of rogues—thus.
If you call me a cheat again, I will give you a clout in the jaw.
Like most of them, he had but a clout round his waist, and his woolly hair was cropped close.
You must stuff a clout into his mouth if he offers to holler.
Fogle, a silk handkerchief,—not a clout, which is of cotton.
Av I can get a clout at that dog, I'll lave him as bare as a plucked thrush!