And then we had a couple of jellies and a bottle of red wine in bed the night before.
When wanted for use, turn it out of the mould in the same manner as other jellies.
It jellies when cold, if the solution be sufficiently strong.
He asked further questions about jellies, Orris, and the ten bicycles.
He knew vaguely that there were persons who had the luck to be ill and to get broths and jellies.
Beef essence, jellies, and puddings for the day's requirement claim a little personal attention.
There was a sudden surge forward of the jellies and Placer was engulfed.
Preserves and jellies are factory made, so it gets pretty monotonous.
All they could see in both directions were jellies, milling about and chattering.
Again he glanced at jellies, whose face had disappeared again.
jelly jel·ly (jěl'ē)
A semisolid resilient substance usually containing some form of gelatin in solution.