adjective, curd·i·er, curd·i·est.
Related formscurd·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for curdy
To another portion add one drop of hydrochloric acid, and a dense, curdy precipitate will indicate silver, if there be any.The A B C of Mining|Charles A. Bramble
The soap separates out in the solid form as a curdy mass, which can be easily separated.The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing|Watson Smith
On warming the proteid with this reagent, a curdy pink precipitate or a red colour is obtained.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett
When these abscesses are of strumous origin the pus is thin, curdy, and offensive.
They pushed the yeasty, curdy stuff up and around the sides of those to-be-desired objects.Planet of Dread|Murray Leinster