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- adj. Like, or full of, curd; coagulated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like curd; full of curd; coagulated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like curd; full of or containing curd.
The great aim is not to produce size only, "but the fine, white, creamy color, compactness, and what is technically called curdy appearance, from its resemblance to the curd of milk in its preparation for cheese.
"It is not size that constitutes a good Cauliflower, but its fine, white, or creamy color, its compactness, and what is technically called its 'curdy' appearance, from its resemblance to the curd of milk in its preparation for cheese.
At our hotel, the Park Hyatt, syrniki arrived at the table studded with raisins and thick with cheese that retained its natural, curdy consistency, while at Vogue Café they were raisin-less, whipped and smoothed into delicate discs few Russian babushkas would recognize.
The curdy but creamy, savoury flavour is a fusion of all three layers: rind, paste and centre.
Breastfed babies begin to have loose, seedy or curdy, mild-smelling yellow poop.
One of those dishes that you pick little bits off of and sneak extra bites of the thick, curdy sauce.
The ceiling today is low and gray, the terrain beneath us looks sublimely inhospitable, and our noisy little two-engine plane is thumping along gamely at about five hundred feet, a precarious altitude where the air is as curdy as soured milk.
Then a thick, curdy, yellow stuff began to spill through the ancient one's fingers.
In women, they produce a curdy discharge and cause redness and soreness of the vulva that is accompanied by severe itching.
It will become thick and somewhat curdy and will have the color of old ivory.
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