[ UK /d‍ʒˈɛl/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɛɫ/ ]
  1. become gelatinous
    the liquid jelled after we added the enzyme
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How To Use jell In A Sentence

  • The frogs' eggs are in a protective jelly.
  • Chandler said the surf got enormous on a weekend, bringing in the monster numbers of moon jellyfish (technically known as aurelia aurita). Oregon Coast Travel, Tourism, Science, Entertainment News - Breaking News from the Oregon Coast
  • I am lobbying pretty heavily for a spicy cranberry jelly from a jar.
  • Then the pleasant little surprises of all kinds that we imagined; and the pleasant looks that greet us when we condescend to accept them; the patience that can translate our most unwarrantable "crossness", because there has been some trifling difficulty in obtaining the half of a star or the corner of a moon which it had pleased us to require, into "such a good sign of being really better"; and then our appetite (which the gods know is at that season singularly keen), how is it not tempted with unutterable dainties and friande morsels, all sorts of amateur cookery in our behalf, where Love himself has not disdained to turn the spit, and look into the stewpan! and all served up so gracefully on the small tray, covered with its delicate white damask cloth, arraying with more than mortal charms the moulds of crystal jelly and pure-looking blanc mange! Zoe: The History of Two Lives
  • So he and Teresa invited Jelly to join them and sat down to a meal of beef stew and fresh bread.
  • The small jelly-speck, which we call the amoeba, has no organs save what it can extemporize as occasion arises. Evolution, Old & New Or, the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with that of Charles Darwin
  • Although fruits added to jellies in the way just described are chiefly for decorative effect, they do add very greatly to the pleasure of eating them; but jellied fruits, as distinguished from _fruits in jelly_, are a delicious mode of eating fruit, and where it is in abundance afford a pleasant variety. Choice Cookery
  • _a priori_ almost impossible that the inhabitants of Wenus had never heard of Pozzuoli -- would guard me from the jellifying Mash-Glance of the The War of the Wenuses
  • There was a block of raw jelly lying in the palm of his hand.
  • Put the tin on the hob over a medium heat and stir in the cornflour, plus the jelly. The Sun
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