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Synonyms for curdled

transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass

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She could not pass it; she might have done so, perhaps, in the darkness without being seized, but her blood curdled at the thought.
I'm too lazy and I don't like to sweat, so I don't think I could do it - Sharon Osbourne would love to be a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing, but has reservations ' Mine looks like it has curdled.
The moon became slightly confused, As it curdled and cooled by degrees, The milk, rock, and water all fused, Now the moon is all hard rock and cheese
But who first thought that it would be a good idea to eat smelly, old, curdled milk full of bacteria and mould?
Free school milk was usually left on the school steps for so long it was warm and curdled, or else it was so cold that a big sook gave you an ice-cream headache.
Washington, September 2 (ANI): Actress Milla Jovovich has confessed that she ate curdled camel's cheese when she visited Mongolia.
21 (VOI) -- Mouayad al-Lami, the chairman of the Iraqi journalists' syndicate, is undergoing a surgery on Sunday to rid him of the blood curdled in his chest as a result of a blast that targeted the syndicate building on Saturday, a journalists' rights advocate said.
A BATCH of 40,530 cartons of baby milk has been recalled after complaints that it had curdled - and made one baby "violently ill".
I mean, all the pandering and deception and opinion-mangling manipulation that goes into award campaigns screams for wicked lampooning -- and even for Guest's curdled, derisive attitude.
We have seen through his permanent expression of ecstasy which has curdled into a mask"
In Pfeiffer's reimagining, these fantasy spaces, usually stages for improbable triumph, become forlorn terrains of thwarted hope and unfulfilled desire, their cheerful ambiances irrevocably curdled with a wave of the cursor.
Milk paint was originally made with curdled milk, lime, clay, and natural pigments.
Couched in terms calculated to win over the most curdled cynic -- who, after all, can oppose charity for children?
THE Racing Post (March 17) described the Thursday of the Cheltenham Festival as "the day the magic curdled to mourning".
Darren Smith, 29, a former heroin user, claimed the baby had drunk curdled milk when he handed the baby back to his grandmother with all the signs of a drug overdose.