jelled

[ US /ˈdʒɛɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. congealed into jelly; solidified by cooling
    in Georgia they serve congealed salads
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How To Use jelled In A Sentence

  • The term jelled over the following decades to mean just what Ms. Palin wants it to mean: Home | The New York Observer
  • When I saw your post it kind of jelled my thoughts. Running with The Wolves as Nature Intended
  • WHAT WENT RIGHT: The Shockers jelled from the start, racing to an 11-1 record before starting MVC play. Missouri Valley Conference
  • The term jelled over the following decades to mean just what Ms. Palin wants it to mean: Everyman, the high-sodium end of the salt-of-the-earth contingent, sitting down with a six-pack in a living room further away from the subtleties of D.C. and Manhattan power games than any geographical distance could put him. Looking For Mr. Six-Pack
  • Imhoof said the idea jelled when the three bands realized that a circle enclosing their schools included several major population centers, where many alumni from each school reside. undefined
  • the liquid jelled after we added the enzyme
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