CURDLE, v.i. [sometimes written crudle. See Curd.]1. To coagulate or concrete; to thicken, or change into curd. Milk curdles by a mixture of runnet.2. To thicken; to congeal; as, the blood curdles in the veins.
CURDLE, v.t. 1. To change into curd; to cause to thicken, coagulate, or concrete. Runnet or brandy curdles milk.At Florence they curdle their milk with artichoke flowers.2. To congeal or thicken. The recital curdled my blood.