verb (used without object)
Origin of clabber
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Examples from the Web for clabber
Then put the article to soak in another pan of milk, letting it stand until the milk turns to clabber.Fowler's Household Helps|A. L. Fowler
Simply cottage cheese left in a cool place until it grows soft and automatically changes its name from cottage to clabber.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
I 'member choppin' cotton on Clabber branch when I wus a little boy before de surrender.
To have clabber in perfection, place in small glass dishes or bowls enough milk to make clabber for each person.Housekeeping in Old Virginia|Marion Cabell Tyree
Let it alone until it turns to clabber, and if there is any water in it, it will appear between the cream and the clabber.Health, Happiness, and Longevity|Louis Philippe McCarty
Word Origin and History for clabber
"mud," 1824, from Irish and Gaelic clabar "mud." Also often short for bonnyclabber.