Definition of Curdier

1. curdy [adj] - See also: curdy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curdier

curcas
curch
curches
curculio
curculionidous
curculios
curcumas
curcumin
curcuminoid
curcuminoids
curcumins
curcurion
curd
curd cheese
curded
curdier (current term)
curdiest
curdiness
curding
curdlan
curdlans
curdle
curdled
curdler
curdlers
curdles
curdless
curdleth
curdling
curds

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, ..."

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