clabber[ klab-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF clabber
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Mix with buttermilk or clabber to the consistency of biscuit.
Buttermilk, clabber, fresh butter, disappeared in an instant.
Then she took a tin cup full of clabber, poured a little syrup upon it, and ate it heartily.
Ash cake was good wid poke salad and clabber or butter milk and best of all was sweet milk!
We have supper at five o'clock, but usually have a bowl of clabber or a glass of milk before going to bed.
Tom got all the delicacies, Chambers got mush and milk, and clabber without sugar.
May whiskey turn to clabber in his mouth, and every time he sneezes may he blister the soles of his feet.
Then put the article to soak in another pan of milk, letting it stand until the milk turns to clabber.
I 'member choppin' cotton on Clabber branch when I wus a little boy before de surrender.
First, if milk is allowed to sour or clabber, the casein is coagulated by nature, which is really the first process of digestion.
"mud," 1824, from Irish and Gaelic clabar "mud." Also often short for bonnyclabber.