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- adj. Subject to coagulation.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of coagulate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Changed into, or contained in, a coagulum or a curdlike mass; curdled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. changed into a solid mass
- adj. transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass
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Pot, mushrooms, speed (though it is horribly disgusting and it will never be that close to me again), 2CBI, exstacy, GHB (which I call coagulated ball sweat cause it tastes disgusting) and that is most of them.
It is stirred for a moment, then allowed to stand until firmly coagulated, which is then broken up and the whey strained off through a muslin.
Spittle had by now coagulated at the corners of his mouth, and would stay gathered there in elastic foam for the rest of the day, like a cottonmouth snake.
Peter Preston: Public service drama should reflect the lives we live now, not recycle coagulated period pieces
His muscles were charred, his skin was coagulated, and one-fifth of his body suffered second and third degree burns.
Though there were no bruises, marks, wounds, puncture holes, or any apparent trauma found on the body, there was a pool of black, digital ink that had coagulated underneath his head.
During the laser surgery, seven vessels were successfully coagulated.
Out of 10 people lingering by the dessert bar – today's option is a coagulated fruit tart, warming orangely under a hot lamp – seven are women.
Or coagulated forms with other crusts and encompassing tools trapping the true taste of what it was meant to be.
Being the first British Punk band to play the-already-on-its-way-to-being-hallowed-ground of CBGB, they truly inaugurated and coagulated the Punk Scene in America in spectacular fashion.