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Synonyms for jell

to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

Synonyms for jell

become gelatinous


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Sgt Jell said: "He ignored motorway matrix signs, warning beacons, hazard lights and other things and did not stop or slow down until it was too late.
Chicken or fish stock will jell when chilled but will not have the same firmness as those that are made using pork or beef.
* IABC's estimable belletrist Kathleen Much e-notes "Alden, it might be time to cover the homonyms jell and gel in your CW column.
Jeffries told The Times that Hastert simply believed Wright "would jell best with the members and their families."
The 13 essays that constitute this book don't jell into a thorough, systematic dissection of pop internationalism, but the overall theme is clear.
Why does pectin make fruit juice jell? Why do jellies and jams need so much sugar?
Add to this the architectural variety - the traditional designs blend with modern glass-based exteriors jell well to offer a mixed feeling of the old and the new.
I'm hoping something will jell," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
David Jell, 49, was repeatedly arrested for writing offensive messages about women he knew.
Witnesses can contact Sergeant Peter Jell at Bicester Roads Policing unit, on 0845 8 505 505.