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- adj. Containing curds.
- adj. Coagulated
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of curdle.
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- adj. transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass
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The word curdled on her tongue, but she said it anyway.
That name curdled on her tongue, so soon after her promise to herself, but Rand was apparently never anything as simple as "he" around the Prophet.
But when I clarified that the seven days were consecutive rather than over the course of a year, her expression curdled like old milk ".
The mixture may look as if it is separated or "curdled" but don't worry.
Mine never got “soupy”, but at one point did look kind of curdled, like over-whipped cream.
Then there went up a yell such as curdled the blood of half Railsford's as they lay in their beds, and made the domestics up - stairs cling to one another in terror, as if their last moment had come.
Many events of this kind in Bosnia leave the same kind of curdled aftertaste.
He positively dripped with a kind of curdled anger, the origin of which is difficult to grasp.
"curdled" seafood foam on an oyster tasted "like reflux" and the pork belly tasted
Coincidently all the dairy products in the fridge seem to have spontaneously curdled.