adjective, curd·i·er, curd·i·est.
Origin of curdy
Examples from the Web for curdy
Historical Examples of curdy
The aqueous solution dissolves gold leaf, and with nitrate of silver gives a white, curdy precipitate.
Also an encysted tumour containing matter of a curdy appearance.
Antacids prevent a too rapid coagulation of the casein and the formation of curdy lumps.
When these abscesses are of strumous origin the pus is thin, curdy, and offensive.
The bare kitchen had the musky, warm smell of newly-baked bread and of curdy, sweet buttermilk by the afternoon.The Pioneers
Katharine Susannah Prichard