clabbered[ klab-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF clabbered
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In his bosom the milk of human kindness had clabbered and turned to a brick-cheese.
There is folks like that, all sour and clabbered like schmier-case——My days!
The pizza was a Dominos, cold and clabbered, but delicious for all that.
The bright anticipations vanished when the meal was seen to consist solely of clabbered milk with black looking maple sugar.
Skim milk, sour milk (either thin or clabbered), and buttermilk are all eaten with relish and promote health and growth.
Place a panful of milk which has soured enough to become thick, or clabbered, over a pan of hot water.
Casein is the most important proteid substance in milk, and is familiar to all as the curd or white substance of clabbered milk.
After weeks without food, he would break his fast with potfuls of clabbered milk offered to him by devotees.
"mud," 1824, from Irish and Gaelic clabar "mud." Also often short for bonnyclabber.