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  • adj. Not coagulated.


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un- +‎ coagulated


  • It wasn't until he'd resumed his human form again that he wondered uneasily how there could be so much meat on Dan-delo's bony old nag and why it had been so soft and warm, so full of uncoagulated blood.

    The Dark Tower

  • The uncoagulated albumin is digested and taken up more easily by the baby's nutritive system than that which is coagulated.

    Maintaining Health Formerly Health and Efficiency

  • The black, uncoagulated, and incoagulable blood shows an iridescent scum on its surface, which is due to the fat of the animal dissolved by the ammonia produced by the decomposed tissues.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • The blood is unaltered, though it is rich in fibrin, and if the animal has died of asphyxia it is found dark colored and uncoagulated when the body is first opened.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • It also required the chef to parboil the beef bones, to babysit a boiling pot for more than six hours, and to repeatedly skim off foamy scum and slippery pockets of uncoagulated oil.

    Passionate Eater

  • Household cleaning Have you ever uncoagulated the mustard dispenser?

    Answerbag: Latest Questions in Question Categories

  • Plasma is from uncoagulated blood and still contains clotting factors; the clotting factors have been removed from serum. Homepage

  • That persistent bit of uncoagulated yolk at the center of a hard-cooked egg is primordial white yolk, especially rich in iron, which the hen deposits in its eggs when they’re barely a quarter-inch/6 mm in diameter.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen


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