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See definition of clabber on Dictionary.com
  • as incurdle
  • as inclot
  • as incoagulate
  • as incongeal
  • as ingelatinize
  • as ininspissate
  • as inthicken

synonyms for clabber

  • acerbate
  • acidify
  • acidulate
  • clot
  • coagulate
  • condense
  • congeal
  • ferment
  • spoil
  • thicken
  • turn
  • curd
  • go off
  • turn sour
See also synonyms for: clabbered / clabbering
  • congeal
  • curdle
  • thicken
  • coalesce
  • gel
  • gelatinize
  • jell
  • jellify
  • jelly
  • lopper
  • lump
  • set
  • solidify
  • gelate
  • glop up
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How to use clabber in a sentence

You'll be like Ethan here, who tells me 'bonny clabber' is perfectly splendid, and that he 'loves' Jerusha's Johnny-cake.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
We have supper at five o'clock, but usually have a bowl of clabber or a glass of milk before going to bed.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW
May whiskey turn to clabber in his mouth, and every time he sneezes may he blister the soles of his feet.
SIXES AND SEVENSO. HENRY
And she would quiet 95 me by digging out all the clabber with a little twig and feed it to the chickens.
THE ANNALS OF ANNKATE TRIMBLE SHARBER
Slip is bonny-clabber without its acidity, and so delicate is its flavor that many persons like it just as well as ice cream.
THE WHITEHOUSE COOKBOOK (1887)MRS. F.L. GILLETTE
Simply cottage cheese left in a cool place until it grows soft and automatically changes its name from cottage to clabber.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHEESEROBERT CARLTON BROWN
To have clabber in perfection, place in small glass dishes or bowls enough milk to make clabber for each person.
HOUSEKEEPING IN OLD VIRGINIAMARION CABELL TYREE
Mix with buttermilk or clabber to the consistency of biscuit.
HOUSEKEEPING IN OLD VIRGINIAMARION CABELL TYREE
If the weather is warm, set it in the refrigerator after it has become clabber.
HOUSEKEEPING IN OLD VIRGINIAMARION CABELL TYREE
First, if milk is allowed to sour or clabber, the casein is coagulated by nature, which is really the first process of digestion.
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DIETEUGENE CHRISTIAN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO CLABBER

  • clabber
  • coalesce
  • congeal
  • curdle
  • gel
  • gelate
  • gelatinize
  • glop up
  • jell
  • jellify
  • jelly
  • lopper
  • lump
  • set
  • solidify
  • thicken
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.