verb (used without object), clot·ted, clot·ting.
verb (used with object), clot·ted, clot·ting.
Origin of clot
Related Words for clottedcurdle, congeal, thicken, set, jelly, lump, coalesce, solidify, gelatinize, jell, lopper, clabber, jellify, gel
Examples from the Web for clotted
Contemporary Examples of clotted
A few miles on, a new main road was clotted with convoys of tractor-trailers.Is This Hemingway’s Pamplona or a Lot of Bull?
July 13, 2014
Personally, I'm waiting for the first scones, jam, and clotted cream fight.The ‘Real Housewives’ Land in London
May 15, 2014
His clotted rhetoric speaks to his 21 years as a civil servant, but his meaning and intention are clear enough.Issa’s Missing Testimony
June 12, 2013
Click here to visualize just where the brain and skull and the other critical anatomy sit with respect to the clotted blood.Good News for Hillary Clinton’s Health
January 1, 2013
Even in otherwise pedestrian roles (which have clotted his resume in recent years) Quaid is still fun to watch.Becoming Bill Clinton
May 25, 2010
Historical Examples of clotted
The shirt was clotted with blood; so were the mattress under him and the floor.The Underdog
F. Hopkinson Smith
His eyes were closed, and a stiff wisp of his fair hair was clotted with blood.The Fat and the Thin
All about him the straw was clotted with brown, viscous patches of blood.Bardelys the Magnificent
Red and clotted, ever the handle marked with bloody spots, the ax was theirs.
On the path, too, and among the heather were dark stains of clotted blood.The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle
verb clots, clotting or clotted
Word Origin for clot
early 15c., from clot (n.). Of fluids from 1590s. Related: Clotted; clotting.