Definition of Curdier
1. curdy [adj] - See also: curdy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curdier
Literary usage of Curdier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Belgium and Holland: Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg; Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1897)
"... of the wings are the Madonna and Magdalen curdier, the donor's second wife, with her infant daughter and her patron-saint. — *1. ..."
2. A Little Tour in Ireland by Samuel Reynolds Hole (1892)
"I am glad he did not; for a firmer, flakier, curdier salmon never gladdened a table dhole, and there were " lashings and ..."
3. Ultima Thule: Or, A Summer in Iceland by Richard Francis Burton (1875)
"The salmon is excellent, firmer, finer, curdier, and leaner than with us; unfortunately it is cut up into slices. ..."
4. Richard F. Burton ...: His Early, Private and Public Life; with an Account by Francis Hitchman (1887)
"... 'excellent, finer, firmer, curdier, and leaner than with us,' spoiled alas ! by the habit of cutting it in slices before cooking it—a habit, by the way, ..."