But when directed inward, that lifeblood tends to congeal, while exposed to rigorous movement it can offer sustaining power.
When mixture is cool add beaten whites of eight eggs, and beat until ready to congeal.
Beat it thoroughly and turn it into a mould and set on the ice to congeal.
Elise felt the allusion, and her blood seemed to congeal in her heart.
Wet a mould and pour the mixture into it; 102set on the ice to congeal.
This design was, however, postponed, to allow the blood to congeal!
It is then placed in flat vessels exposed to the air to congeal.
This speech elicited a laugh all round, and seemed to congeal Miss Charlotte's blood in her veins.
Then take it off directly, strain it, and put it into moulds to congeal.
There ‘the absolute’ has been affirmed in the sphere of art; and thought begins to congeal.