1. fruit-flavored dessert (trade mark Jell-O) made from a commercially prepared gelatin powder
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How To Use Jell-O In A Sentence

  • It is tough to reform something that is shapeless and indifferent to improvement, like Jell-O in the hands of a carpenter.
  • Also included is the aforementioned blooper reel, along with deleted scenes with commentary, which include the manufacturing of Jell-O shots and Gretchen's attempts to make the word "knobby" happen. The Trades
  • The word "Jell-O" is a noun; Webster's defines it as "a trademark for a flavored gelatin eaten as a dessert or used in molded salads. The Full Feed from
  • Call these salads "congealed," Jell-O, gelatin or whatever else you'd like. ParentDish
  • Prepare the Jell-O according to directions on the packet and pour into a shallow bowl.
  • In the '70s, according to Bria, technicians experimented with a new gelatin formula using carrageen, a seaweed, and found that the resulting Jell-O became firm in just 10 minutes. No Time To Make Dessert?
  • I don't want any Jell-O at my wedding, or diced carrots for that matter.
  • Western New Yorkers are so serious about their BBQ Chicken that I will never forget or let anyone else forget! that once, there was a 100th anniversary of Jell-O parade in LeRoy New York, and there was a GIANT grill on wheels with BBQ chicken cooking on it IN THE PARADE! Maria Rodale: Cornell Chicken: The Way-Western New Yorker's BBQ Chicken!
  • The above-mentioned red Jell-O is an easy dessert if you happen to have a heart-shaped cookie cutter.
  • In their place: luxury hotels offering concierges and caviar, housing guests geared to Cristal, not Jell-O shots. Sunday Reading
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