from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Present participle of
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The white of an egg coagulates when heated and when acted upon by certain chemicals, and the clabbering of milk also is a coagulation.
And then you could mark by the change of his skin and by the look out of his eyes how his courage was clabbering to whey inside him, making his face a milky, curdled white, the color of a poorly stirred emulsion, and then he quit -- he quit cold -- his hand came out again from under his coat tails and it was an empty hand and wide open.
"What great good has Señor Reedy clabbering in his coco now?"
"What you is clabbering about, man?" said Shoni indignantly.
As lactic acid is produced by the bacteria, the pH of the milk decreases and casein, the primary protein in milk, precipitates causing the curdling or clabbering of milk.
... when those deserting the sinking neocon ship start clabbering about "their money," they aint foolin anybody.
I thought he was just throwing dirty socks under the bed, but maybe he’s just been mould-ripening some Camembert and clabbering up some curd.