from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A coagulated mass, as of blood; a clot.
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- n. A mass of coagulated material; a clot or curd
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The thick, curdy precipitate formed by the coagulation of albuminous matter; any mass of coagulated matter, as a clot of blood.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A coagulated mass, as curd, etc.; specifically, in medicine, ablood-clot.
- n. A substance that causes coagulation, as rennet; a coagulant.
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- n. a lump of material formed from the content of a liquid
The coagulum is then salted and hand-molded into fist-sized balls.
The coagulum, which is usually fibrinous, is known as a thrombus.
The people call the coagulum that separates by the contact of the air, cheese.
At its centre is New Crobuzon, a coagulum of all the cities I love in reality but also very much in fiction.
All fears, griefs, suspicions, discontents, imbonites, insuavities are swallowed up, and drowned in this Euripus, this Irish sea, this ocean of misery, as so many small brooks; 'tis coagulum omnium aerumnarum: which  Ammianus applied to his distressed
Ratio enim est: quod nullius animalis lac nisi cuius fetet venter non inuenitur coagulum.
Residuum lac quod remanet post butirum permittunt acescere quantum acrius fieri potest et bulliunt illud, et coagulatur bulliendo, et coagulum illud desiccant ad solem, et efficitur durum sicut scoria ferri.
Quod recondunt in saccis contra hyemem tempore hyemali quando deficit eis lac, ponunt illud acre coagulum, quod ipsi vocant gri-vt, in vtre, et super infundunt aquam calidam, et concutiunt fortiter donec illud resoluatur in aqua; quæ ex illo efficitur tota acetosa, et illam aquam bibunt loco lactis.
Supplement gluten structure with tender protein coagulum; tenderize products; slow staling
Quod recondunt in saccis contra hyemem tempore hyemali quando deficit eis lac, ponunt illud acre coagulum, quod ipsi vocant gri-vt, in vtre, et super infundunt aquam calidam, et concutiunt fortiter donec illud resoluatur in aqua; qu� ex illo efficitur tota acetosa, et illam aquam bibunt loco lactis.