Shortly after the tadpole wriggles out of the jellylike case and begins life outside the egg.
It rippled and rose in the dark with the pulsing beat of the jellylike mass.
If a tender, jellylike consistency is wanted, cook the egg below the boiling point of water.
Boil until it assumes a jellylike appearance; strain, and season to suit the taste and condition of the patient.
The blood is dark in color, fluid, or only clotted into soft, jellylike masses.
The center of the swelling may appear soft and jellylike, while the margin is tense, hot, and painful.
This apparently foamy, jellylike, transparent material is the only living substance in all the world.
Matter is found in the air tubes which form gutters through the jellylike mass of the diseased lung.
The egg white begins to coagulate at 134 degrees Fahrenheit, and it becomes white and jellylike at 160 degrees.
As soon as the blood gets to the air it forms a jellylike mass called a clot.
jelly jel·ly (jěl'ē)
A semisolid resilient substance usually containing some form of gelatin in solution.