verb (used with or without object)
- congealed salad,
Origin of congeal
Examples from the Web for congealed
There was a patch of congealed blood behind his head: “Except for the blood…the dead man looked immaculate.”
As a result, the voice of the memoir changed and it all congealed into A Mountain of Crumbs.
Mercury is by it congealed to the consistency of iron; even alcohol, that can brave the utmost Arctic cold, succumbs to it.The Romance of Modern Invention|Archibald Williams
Houses occasionally showed now—huts of ice, congealed dwellings, blue-white in the flat sunlight.Tarrano the Conqueror|Raymond King Cummings
The melted mass is poured upon a dry metal plate, and when congealed is thrown into water.
Some spirits, which I had in a small keg, congealed to the consistency of honey.
In the mess there were Mac and Dick and one or two others, thawing their congealed blood and numbed brains with hot rum.Night Bombing with the Bedouins|Robert Henry Reece