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clotted cream

noun

  1. cream that has been clotted by cooking.


clotted cream

noun

  1. a thick cream made from scalded milk, esp in SW England Also calledDevonshire cream


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Word History and Origins

Origin of clotted cream1

First recorded in 1875–80
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Example Sentences

I grew up eating clotted cream with and on almost everything, like on toast, on cereal, on ice cream, on scones.

That side of me that loves afternoon tea and scones with clotted cream and jam, that loves horse riding through the countryside.

Dessert is a slice of melt-in-your-mouth treacle tart with a dollop of perfectly tart clotted cream.

Personally, I'm waiting for the first scones, jam, and clotted cream fight.

She had read of clotted cream in one of her favorite story-books, and had heard Mr. St. Nick discourse upon the Southdowns.

"I think there will be no difficulty about indulging your yearning for clotted cream in London," her aunt told her.

It is a kind of clotted cream, eaten with powdered sugar, and milk or ordinary cream poured over it.

There were no more banquets, with clotted cream brought over from Mrs. Sturt's.

It was an immature nut, and the meat proved to be little thicker than clotted cream.

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