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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of clot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Composed of clots or clods; having the quality or form of a clot; sticky; slimy; foul.
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- adj. thickened or coalesced in soft thick lumps (such as clogs or clots)
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But the 16th-century English invention called clotted cream and its Turkish and Afghan relatives kaymak and qymaq remain vital traditions.
External piles are the main cause of rectal pain and are caused by thrombosed blood vessels also known as clotted piles.
Larkin said that in Britain, you might hear people refer to something called clotted cream.
* 'Ashta is a kind of clotted cream similar to the Turkish kaymak.
However, other parts of Britain were not slow to also get baking these new-style scones, and in the West of England they were consumed with local products such as clotted cream and fruit preserves.
At forty Lowell found himself impatient with the "clotted" poetry (his own epithet) of Lord Weary's Castle and its successor, The Mills of the Kavanaughs (1951).
As to Adorno's supposedly "clotted" style, this is poppycock, and all the more pernicious when addressed to an English - language public that cannot judge for itself, not always having had the benefit of the best translators.
Well my clotted cream was an imitation of what my favorite cafe in Belfast was calling clotted cream when I was there– it’s heavy whipping cream, whipped, without sugar.
One of my favorite treats is a scone with clotted cream and jam.
We discovered the spot prior to our trip on an episode of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, and so before we even touched down in Istanbul, I was obsessed with finding my way to the kaymak clotted cream and honey.