Also an encysted tumour containing matter of a curdy appearance.
When these abscesses are of strumous origin the pus is thin, curdy, and offensive.
Antacids prevent a too rapid coagulation of the casein and the formation of curdy lumps.
The bare kitchen had the musky, warm smell of newly-baked bread and of curdy, sweet buttermilk by the afternoon.
The moist precipitate is heavy and curdy; it is decomposed by direct sunlight, becoming violet under its influence.
They pushed the yeasty, curdy stuff up and around the sides of those to-be-desired objects.
The aqueous solution dissolves gold leaf, and with nitrate of silver gives a white, curdy precipitate.
On warming the proteid with this reagent, a curdy pink precipitate or a red colour is obtained.
Soon after that hour the sonorous voice of Dr. curdy rang through the town: 'O, yes!
The soap separates out in the solid form as a curdy mass, which can be easily separated.