A few miles on, a new main road was clotted with convoys of tractor-trailers.
Click here to visualize just where the brain and skull and the other critical anatomy sit with respect to the clotted blood.
Personally, I'm waiting for the first scones, jam, and clotted cream fight.
Even in otherwise pedestrian roles (which have clotted his resume in recent years) Quaid is still fun to watch.
His clotted rhetoric speaks to his 21 years as a civil servant, but his meaning and intention are clear enough.
In colour it is greyish brown, clotted all over with dark brown.
And yet with sinewy arm blow followed blow, till the head was one mass of clotted gore.
He was deadly pale, and his hair, which hung in dishevelled locks over his face, was clotted with blood.
The shirt was clotted with blood; so were the mattress under him and the floor.
Under the left ear was a mass of clotted blood, which proclaimed the gateway of the bullet of death.
A soft, nonrigid, insoluble mass formed when blood or lymph gels. v. clot·ted, clot·ting, clots
A soft insoluble mass formed when blood or lymph gels. During blood clotting, white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets, and various clotting factors interact in a cascade of chemical reactions initiated by a wound. When a body tissue is injured, calcium ions and platelets act on prothrombin to produce the enzyme thrombin. Thrombin then catalyzes the conversion of the protein fibrinogen into fibrin, a fibrous protein that holds the clot together. An abnormal clot inside the blood vessels or the heart (a thrombus or an embolus) can obstruct blood flow.