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thick milk

noun

  1. Hudson Valley and North Midland U.S.. clabber.


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Give them no water for two or three days, and they will readily learn to drink all the sour, thick milk you will give them.

Inside this coffin, or chrysalis, the body of the caterpillar is taken to pieces, and changed over into a sort of thick milk.

The young are bluish black in colour and may be seen swimming beside their mother who feeds them with a very thick milk.

Stand the pan containing the thick milk on the back part of the range, where it will heat gradually but not cook.

Being cut there runs out a white thick milk; in which we soak some whole corns of Pepper a whole night.

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