curdling curdling


  • (n) the process of forming semisolid lumps in a liquid



  1. So much for the blood-curdling myths that we had heard of Irian Jaya, the western half of New Guinea, which has been under Indonesian military rule since 1963.
  2. But as the curdling effect gets more profound, comedy kibitzers kind of do what I would call topical comedy as opposed to satire.
  3. Working with Technician Jessamine Hilliard, West noted that the milk-curdling property of blood varies with the patient's health.


  • Hatred between Sunnis, Shiites abounds in Mideast

    Associated Press correspondents spoke to Shiites and Sunnis across the Mideast region. Amid the variety of viewpoints, they found a public struggling with anger that is increasingly curdling into hatred.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Stars and Stripes

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  1. Steven Moffat says: "Everything that matters about Holmes and Watson is the same. Conan Doyle's stories were never about frock coats and gas light; they're about brilliant detection, dreadful villains and blood-curdling crimes - and frankly, to hell...
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Steven Moffat Source: Monsters and

  2. "When I take nicotine patches I have blood curdling nightmares of murder. Mass murders. I wake up in the middle of the night and have to take them off," said DiCaprio.
    on Feb 16, 2010 By: Leonardo DiCaprio Source: Indian Express

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